Remington UMC Ammunition 38 Special 130 Grain Full Metal Jacket Bucket

(16 customer reviews)

Original price was: $200.99.Current price is: $170.99.

Quantity: 300 Rounds


Remington UMC Ammunition 38 Special For Sale

The Remington UMC Ammunition 38 Special is meticulously engineered for unparalleled performance and precision. Crafted with precision in mind, each round undergoes rigorous testing to ensure consistency and reliability. Whether you’re a seasoned marksman or a novice shooter, this ammunition delivers the accuracy you need to hit your target every time, instilling a sense of confidence in your shooting abilities.

Experience peace of mind with the Remington UMC Ammunition 38 Special. Engineered with reliability at its core, the Remington UMC Handgun is designed to function flawlessly in a variety of firearms, from revolvers to pistols. With each round, expect consistent ignition and smooth cycling, allowing you to focus on your shooting without worrying about malfunctions. This versatility ensures that no matter what firearm you use, the ammunition will perform reliably.

Exceptional Value and Quality

Invest in quality without breaking the bank with Remington UMC Ammunition 38 Special. These cartridges offer exceptional value and are loaded with high-quality components, ensuring consistent performance without compromising on affordability. Whether you’re honing your skills at the range or defending what matters most, trust in Remington UMC for unmatched quality and value. This reassures you that you’re making a smart purchase that doesn’t compromise on quality.


38 Special
Grain Weight
130 Grains
300 Round
Muzzle Velocity
800 Feet Per Second
Muzzle Energy
185 Foot Pounds
Bullet Style
Full Metal Jacket
Lead Free
Case Type
Test Barrel Length
4 Inches
Country of Origin
United States of America

Important Product and Safety Information

  • For rifle or shotgun ammunition, you must be 18 years of age or older; for handgun ammunition, you must be 21 years of age or older. You attest that you are of legal age and that you meet the legal criteria in your jurisdiction to order this product.
  • We are unable to accept ammo refunds due to safety concerns. This policy is in place to guarantee that all of our clients are utilizing dependable, new ammunition. 
  • It is important to always use the appropriate ammo for the rifle you are using, as using the incorrect kind might cause malfunctions and possibly dangerous circumstances.
  • It is forbidden to sell or send this goods to citizens of specific jurisdictions. Prior to purchase this product, check the regulations in your area.
  • We recommend the use of protective eyewear whenever using or near the use of this item.
  • The item will only be shipped using ground shipping to the contiguous 48 states.

16 reviews for Remington UMC Ammunition 38 Special 130 Grain Full Metal Jacket Bucket

  1. Scorpion

    This ammo out of two different snub nose revolvers, Kimber K6S and Taurus 856, both steel frame, at distances of 7 to 10 yards. Recoil and Muzzle Flip were mild and easily managed, allowing for quick sight picture and rapid follow up shots. Accuracy was outstanding. Point of Aim equaled Point of Impact. Ammo shot very clean. This ammo is “standard pressure” 38 Special. Higher velocity is being achieved by using a light for caliber bullet. The controllability and accuracy I experienced with this particular Underwood loading makes it the ideal choice for EDC in my snub revolvers. I won’t hesitate to purchase more of this ammo. Yes it’s pricey, but now that I’ve thoroughly tested it out of my EDC snubs, I’ll be shooting it more sparingly.

  2. Utah shooter

    Shot into Clear Ballistics Gel through denim and no denim. Penetrated 14.5 to 15.5 inches out of 6.5″ and 3″ barreled revolvers. Velocity was 1153 and 1037 fps respectively. Deeper penetration was from the shorter barrel. Wound channels seem to be similar to those made by hollow points that have expanded, as they advertises.

  3. Paladon

    Can be good for self defense. Does not have horrible recoil like a 357 round would. I do like the Fed HST 147 +P better.

  4. Hank

    It did pretty good in J frame. Would buy again….

  5. Jim

    I use this in a derringer as my extreme backup. It tore a milk jug of water to shreds.

  6. Muscat G

    Found myself with some time and some aged full one inch rough cut oak. Fired at 5 yds, these punched through three and heavily gouged the fourth. Perfecta 158 fmj drilled two and dented third; Rem 125 jhp +P punched first and marred second. Rio 20 gauge 1 buck , by comparison, shredded first with all pellets stuck in second. Earlier tests on water filled one gal paint cans showed penetration equal to fmj, with first can “pop” similar to the jhp.

  7. Olevia Lauder

    Great ammo, will be buying more
    I use these in my S&W & my Ruger GP100 ,both 357/38’s I started shooting at 6 yrs old trained by my uncle who just came home from Korean war. I grew up shooting often and became an expert shot with both hands winning the shooting trophy ea yr for the boy scout troop i was in 8 yrs in a row. I fired expert in the army with many weapons. These shells hit the mark with no problems at all. I have a bond arms derrenger,Bam 45. It has almost every size barrel the have. I use the 38’s in it too.

  8. James

    I don’t understand the great reviews! I shot 2 rounds into a seasoned cotton wood stump and the penettation was the only good thing I found if you consider that a good thing. After retrieving the 100 grain bullet it looked almost like it did when I fired it. Little to no expansion

  9. Gianmaria De Sario

    worked really well – brass is higher quality than I expected
    ran in a marlin 1894. i was really surprised that the brass quality was high in a bulk pack like this. Every single one can be reloaded. great quality flat nose FMJ. the ammo is so beautiful you just want to hold it in your hands and look at it. shoots good too.

  10. Guyanese

    This is available in +P but I opted for the extraordinary ordinary stuff (non +P) for my new Ruger Light Compact Revolver with External hammer, thus the model’s name the ‘LCRX.’ Since this revolver has the copper colored cylinder and looks so cool I didn’t want to scrimp on what kinda ammo fills those cylinder ports so I got this Underwood Xtreme with solid copper projectile. Performance consideration aside (nothing not to like about this), it weighs in at only slightly over 16 oz. Note the empty weight of the LCRX is only 13.5oz and, despite the light weight is rated for +P. In sum, awesome ammo for awesome new revolver.

  11. Garry

    I was surprised when I received this ammo, the box says for full size handgun. I’m glad I intended to carry these rounds in my L frame, 7 shot, 357 mag 386 PD. I’m not sure what the difference would be carrying these rounds in a small J frame. I’ve read comments the loads are stout which is good in my opinion. The big question is what is a full size handgun in Remington’s opinion. I feel confident in carrying this ammo. I like the fact that the bullet sticks out from the case quite a distance which puts the bullet about where a 357 Mag bullet might be reducing the cylinder-barrel bullet jump. Does Remington have a better 38 special round for my 2.5 inch barrel revolver? I don’t know, but we might not find out if Remington goes under from bankruptcy. Wait and see.

  12. Big Mac

    Keep this ammo loaded in S&W 642 airweight. Mostly as backup, but sometimes light clothing carry weapon. Accurate, hard hitting, and STOUT. Recommend it.

  13. Larry

    I bought a couple of boxes of this ammo a while back. I just got back from the range. I had these, Buffalo Bore and Double Tap.Smith & Wesson 638. OMG! potent and extremely accurate! The other stuff was almost black powder smokey; the DTs were paff: that’s all; just paff. I’m ordering more Ultimate Defense today. The other stuff is range ammo now.

  14. Gregory

    Hit point of aim with my Smith and Wesson 36. Little bitty groups. Works so far.

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