The .380 ACP is a popular self-defense cartridge known by many names including .380 Auto, 9mm Browning, 9mm Short, 9mm Browning Court, 9mm Kurz, and 9mm Corto. Originally developed in 1908 by John Browning of Colt for their new Colt pocket pistol, .380 ACP ammunition has since seen use in numerous handgun applications. Before and during World War II, this round was utilized by a few notable European militaries but was replaced by the more powerful 9mm Luger after the war. Nowadays, .380 ammo has become widely accepted as an excellent caliber for personal protection or even target shooting.
If you are in the market for .380 bullets for reloading your spent brass casings, look no further than Berry's Bullets. We have a number of 100-grain offerings including hollow point, round nose, and round shoulder. Our plated bullets start off with a swaged lead core and are then electroplated with copper to their final weight. You won't find a better bullet or value.