38 S&W Special T.H.O.R. 1 Box of 50 Cartridges, box not Mint.
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CAUTION: this will kill at close range!
One Box of 50 Cartridges, 38 Special T.H.O.R. For (Thermo Hydro-static Ordnance Round) by ThunderZap Ammunition Inc. Using (then new) 1987 Federal Cartridge Company brass cases with a “FC 87″ Head Stamp and loaded with a molded plastic with a huge hollow point or as stated called T.H.O.R (for Thermo Hydro-static Ordnance Round) bullet. Boxes may have scuff marks and minor dents, I consider excellent, but not nmint.
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History of the 38 Special T.H.O.R. cartridge and the ThunderZap Ammunition Inc:This was introduced in the late 1980s by Bruce McArthur, owner of ThunderZap Ammunition Inc. of Morrice, Michigan in the USA; however, the ammunition was manufactured by a separate company that was made up of Bruce McArthur, Rich & Karen Davis and Bill Stenbeck.The bullet was molded plastic with a huge hollow point or other wise called T.H.O.R (for Thermo Hydro-static Ordnance Round) bullet. It was meant to be a safe for home defense use with good lethal stopping power, yet very short range to avoid collateral damage. The ammunition was ultra high velocity – 2800 feet per second out of a 4-inch revolver.The idea may have been before it’s time and if after 911 (Sept, 11, 2001) may have been a good idea for the airline agencies, but it never seemed to take off in the late 1980s and the company was dissolved after a few years.