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.357 147 Gr. RMR FMJ (SMILEY)

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Description

Introducing the new .357 147 grain RMR Smiley face bullet!  Bright your day and send some happiness at your target with our smiley face FMJ!

 

These DO NOT have a cannelure but they have a good thick jacket that can handle a crimp.

 

Additional information

Weight 0.336 oz
Count

100, 250, 500, 1,000, 3,000, 12,000, 21,000

13 reviews for .357 147 Gr. RMR FMJ (SMILEY)

  1. Devin (verified owner)

    They should begin putting designs on all flat points. These look great. Shipping is back to normal (for this order anyway) taking just a few days.
    I haven’t loaded any yet due to primer shortage, but can’t wait to bring some smiles to the range.

  2. nsengineer.rs (verified owner)

    The smiley face is a nice addition. As usual these bullets are excellent.

  3. norarick (verified owner)

    Wow. Ordered on Thursday, delivered on Monday. I love RMR. Love the bullets too. Thanks RMR.

  4. wescoleman55 (verified owner)

    Very nice and also very consistent bullets for my .357 magnum loading. The one thing i was concerned about when ordering was what the loaded length would be. Turns out the bullet length runs about .627 – .628 which is perfect for what i wanted. They can be loaded at 1.580 to 1.590 without getting to the taper to the flat point in .357 magnum.

    Very impressed with these and would say “Buy with confidence”!

  5. Bernard F Sargent (verified owner)

    Does anyone have reloading data for this 147 grain bullet in 357 magnum? A great price on this bullet. Thank you in advance.

  6. Chad Berlin (verified owner)

    Curious how much H110 you’re putting behind it.

  7. Kim Frady (verified owner)

    Very pleased with these bullets. Most will go in .38 Special, but I’m thinking about putting a few in the ole .357 Herrett and see how they do. Ordered on Friday, arrived on Wednesday! Your packaging department continues to amaze me. There is no way for anything to get out, period. I think you could run over it with a truck and it would still be together. Also, loved the personal thank you from Gracie! Thanks for being such a great company.

  8. Unkle Steve (verified owner)

    I bought these to load as Christmas presents because my peeps don’t have primers, big fun.
    The lack of cannelure is a non-issue, they have a long body which seats well and stays tight.

  9. Pls1911

    Use 150 gr loading data and you’ll be fine

  10. Lew Medlin (verified owner)

    Jake thanks for taking my phone call and giving me a few tips on loading this new RMR bullet. My new 2020 4 1/2″ Python seems to like the Happy face 147 gr. bullet. I worked up a load with Accurate #7 starting with 9gr. and going up to 10.5 gr. with 10.2gr. being most accurate My starting load of 15.5gr. of W-296 also looks very promising. My testing wasn’t anything scientific just my normal standing position at 15 yards keeping all shots on a 3″ Shoot-N-C target. I was really in a hurry just wanting to get a hundred rounds down range to start breaking in a my new revolver next time out I’ll try shooting off a sandbag for accuracy. Thanks again Lew

  11. Charles Davenport (verified owner)

    I first made the mistake of buying the ‘seconds.’ Got about a 50% return on my investment, and some really interesting slingshot ammo. What I did find out about the Smiley’s is that you can drive them fast and hard….. as you would any FMJ and they really penetrate. The jackets are pretty thick. I put hem through four .357 barrels- 3 Smith & Wesson’s of varying lengths and one Thompson Center Fire. The Thompson, I load BRUTALLY HOT and the bullets held up well. I hunt with it a lot, so it not a target gun. I am not going to share load data…. but if you are looking for such…. for this bullet…. start with any data for the 150 grain bullet, and develop from there. Start low, and move up 1/2 grain at a time. You DO NOT NEED magnum primers for the 357; reg primers are fine. DO NOT USE rifle primers…. they may protrude from the cases as they are taller. You may find, as I did, one of my Smith’s creates 1″ groups at 30 feet at with a pretty lame load, while another, with a longer barrel, asks for almost a 1/2 grain more to do the same job!

  12. Charles Davenport (verified owner)

    What I did find out about the Smiley’s is that you can drive them fast and hard….. as you would any FMJ and they really penetrate. The jackets are pretty thick. I put hem through four .357 barrels- 3 Smith & Wesson’s of varying lengths and one Thompson Center Fire. The Thompson, I load BRUTALLY HOT and the bullets held up well. I hunt with it a lot, so it not a target gun. I am not going to share load data…. but if you are looking for such…. for this bullet…. start with any data for the 150 grain bullet, and develop from there. Start low, and move up 1/2 grain at a time. You DO NOT NEED magnum primers for the 357; reg primers are fine. DO NOT USE rifle primers…. they may protrude from the cases as they are taller. You may find, as I did, one of my Smith’s creates 1″ groups at 30 feet at with a pretty lame load, while another, with a longer barrel, asks for almost a 1/2 grain more to do the same job!

  13. Lew Medlin (verified owner)

    I ordered a thousand of the 147 gr. Happy face bullets last month for my 357 mag loads. I’m using Speer 146 gr. JHP load data and I just ordered three thousand more.

    Thanks for another good bullet at a great price I just ordered 3,000 more of the 147 gr. Happy Face bullets.

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