I normally buy my ammo online, but I was anxious to try a new gun that I had on the way and stopped at Walmart the other day to pick some up in .38 Special, since I've never owned a gun in that caliber. I picked out 100 rounds of Winchester white box ammo and a 20 round box of Federal HST in 38 Special +P Micro, just to get me going. I picked up my new gun last night and hit the range after work today. After 50 rounds of target ammo, I split the seal on the HST. You can only imagine my puzzled expression when I opened the box and was staring at .380 Auto ammo. I double checked the box. Do you see anything wrong with this picture? It has labels for BOTH .38 Special and .380 Auto! Unfortunately, the .38 Special label was facing the front of the ammo cabinet, and I didn't notice the other labeling or smaller sized cartridges in the box. Here's what was inside. To top it off, the round on the lower right has a manufacturing defect with the primer. What the heck, Federal? Walmart certainly won't take this back and I don't own a .380 Auto, so I plan to shoot an email to Federal to see if they'll send me a replacement box. I might also give Walmart a call to let them know they have mislabled ammo on the shelves, but the odds are that I'll get someone who has no idea what I'm trying to explain. This is actually the second time in my life that I've bought mislabeled ammo. The first occurrence was two decades ago. I picked up several boxes of Remington shotgun slugs before deer season one year. On opening day, I stuffed a couple of boxes in my pocket and headed off into the woods. Around dawn, I loaded my shotgun by feel. An hour later, a nice buck gave me a great 50 yard shot. I squeezed off a perfectly clean shot on him, followed by two more as he ran away. I was positive that my first shot was perfect and looked for 2 hours, but could not find him nor any blood. When I finally headed back to my car and unloaded my gun, I ejected none other than buckshot shells. That explained it! I went through every box that I had bought, and by pure back luck, discovered I had grabbed the only mislabled box to load my gun.