Just bought 1,000 lead .380 bullets made by Meister, from Midway. They're 92 gr. hard-cast, .355 diameter. Cost was $78. Not a bad price; not great but not bad, anymore.
This was with the birthday discount that Midway offers its registered members.
I have about 1,000 empty cases, acquired over the past nine years that I've had my Walther PPK.
With a little judicious reloading, I can hurl a 92-grain bullet at about 1,000 fps from my PPK, if I desire. Most of the time I load them down to about 850 or 900, solely for practice.
Interestingly, the 92 gr. lead bullet at 1,000 fps basically duplicates a full load in a Colt 1851 Navy .36-caliber cap and ball revolver: 80 to 82 gr. lead ball at 1,000 fps.
The 1851 Navy was a favorite of Confederate cavalrymen. Some folks today think of the .380 as too weak for serious defense, but the ghosts of millions killed by .36-caliber cap and ball revolvers all over the world would differ.
The ol' Colt was deemed plenty by gunfighters, soldiers, miners, explorers, Pony Express riders, etc.
If you could handed them a Walther PPK in .380, they likely would have felt well armed enough.