I was at a local gun shop today and came across this new designed ammo for range use. According to the salesperson at the store the ammo is copper dust compacted together to form the bullet. The firing cap is brass/ traditional design. The name of this ammo mfg. is Precision Ammunition and on the back of the box is written; "Frangible ammunition is primarily designed for range use." The ammo is lead-free and comes in a box of 50. I saw all the popular calibers for sale. According to the salesperson .380 won't be manufactured and .357 Magnum, but .38 Special will. I guess the ammo mfg. (Precision Ammunition) felt that a .357 Magnum user can use .38 Special instead. It seems that the ammo is new to the market and is intended for indoor air conditioned Gun Ranges that EPA is regulating to be Lead-Free. I must say for $14.99, I have found some new range/target ammo. The ammo is "Made with Pride in the USA" in Florida. So what do you all think?