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9mm - 147 gr JHP - Remington Golden Saber- 25 Rounds

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Quick Overview

Quantity - 25 rounds per box
Manufacturer - Remington Golden Saber
Bullets - 147 grain Jacketed Hollow Point (JHP)
Casings - Nickel-plated boxer-primed brass
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Looking for high-performance self-defense ammunition?

Look no further!

Remington's Golden Saber jacketed hollow points provide premium self-defense performance when you need it most. Golden Saber rounds have match-grade accuracy and close to 100% weight retention. At the heart of this Remington Golden Saber Bonded cartridge is a high-performance hollow point bullet with a jacket made entirely of cartridge brass and a spiral nose-cut feature that permits mushrooming at lower velocity without sacrificing penetration or terminal performance.

This product is brand new, nickel-plated, boxer-primed, non-corrosive, and reloadable.

Additional Information

Manufacturer Remington
Condition New
Bullet Weight 147 Grain
Bullet Type Jacketed Hollow-Point (JHP)
Use Type Self Defense
Ammo Casing Nickel-Plated Brass
Quantity 25
Ammo Caliber 9mm Luger (9x19)
Manufacturer SKU GS9MMC
Primer Type Boxer
Muzzle Velocity (fps) 990
Muzzle Energy (ft lbs) 320
UPC Barcode 47700079301

Comments

Dick Black ( Tue, 14 May 2013 11:28:38 +0000 ) : $30 for 25 rounds of ammo + $17-18 for shipping = WTF?
Jon Nemes ( Tue, 14 May 2013 22:54:11 +0000 ) : I have a 9mm Bersa, Thunder.Do you have ammo for my weapon?
Heidi At Lucky Gunner ( Wed, 15 May 2013 00:36:23 +0000 ) : Hey Jon, Thanks for the question. We have several options in stock that should work well with your Bersa Thunder. Please check this page for your options: http://www.luckygunner.com/handgun/9mm-ammo If you're looking for target practice ammo, we'd suggest FMJ. Thanks again for checking in!
Pat Magnotta ( Tue, 28 Jan 2014 22:07:54 +0000 ) : Gas anyone tried this ammo in a Ruger LC9

Product Question and Answer

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Q: Hello all! Really love this service and the responsiveness. Will only purchase through Lucky Gunner. Question: For years I have shot 115gr or 124gr FMJ and JHPs in my Glock 19 (gen 3). I am really interested in carrying the heavier 147gr JHP and wonder if I should look for a heaver recoil spring for my workhorse G19. I see everything from 147gr sub to 147gr+p+. Any thoughts? (reason for this ask is I see comments on FTEs and FTFs occurring when people switch to the heavier loads)

Posted On: 2/23/14 By: Brian Morrissey

A: Great question Brian! I wish there was a definitive "best practices" type answer I could give you but it really comes down to your personal preference. I know a lot of Glock owners who have upgraded their spring to a heavier recoil version and they're suffering when they go to shoot lighter loads because they don't have enough energy to operate the locked breach. My personal feeling is if you're convinced 147 gr. is all you're going to shoot in your Glock, go for it and make the change. If you're thinking you'll still fire the occasional 124, 115 gr., or lighter load then I'd stick with your factory spring.
Q: What Is The Difference In The Grain Of A Bullit

Posted On: 4/24/13 By: ronald

A: While a "grain" is used as a measurement for the weight of a bullet, a shooter will notice little differences in the grain variation between the 9mm's two most popular grains: 115 and 124. This 147 grain is the heaviest popular 9mm round. Most manufacturers load their 147 grain ammo as subsonic which adds the ultimate quiet effect for suppressed shooting. A higher grain may result in a lower velocity, though the size of the bullet will make up for this in a defensive situation. Most defensive ammo in 9mm will be found in 115, 124 or 147 grain. There are a few higher velocity rounds that are made around the 100 grain weight, though this may not produce enough recoil for larger framed pistols to cycle correctly.

Customer Reviews

Love them Review by Preacher
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Works great in my Kimber Solo. No jams and surprised that the kick is not bad at all. Tried another 2 brands in my Kimber and it was jam city. (Posted on 4/16/14)
9mm - 147 gr JHP - Remington Golden Saber- 25 Rounds Review by Shawn
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Great self-defense (Posted on 3/28/14)
my 9mm requires hotter than average Review by Tom
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i must use a hotter round in my Kimber and Uzi pistol to cycle properly, otherwise I get stove pipes and this ammo fills the bill. Accurate , cost effective deadly. (Posted on 2/25/14)
You can't beat the price for quality shells. And Lucky gunner is always fast on the shipments. Review by Whitetail
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These 9mm - 147 gr JHP - Remington Golden Saber work better im my Kimber Solo than any other brand.
No jams or misfires so far and you can't beat the price. (Posted on 1/16/14)
Good bang for your buck, literally Review by LED
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I generally like heavy ammo for each caliber and this one does the trick, borderline subsonic round with breath punch for home defense (Posted on 1/10/14)
great value, great ammo! Review by tractorman
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i highly recommend the ammo! (Posted on 6/20/13)
Great for Home Defense Review by Mocfan
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I purchased these to load for home defense. These are very highly reviewed rounds. Very happy with receiving them from Lucky Gunner. (Posted on 6/14/13)
Using for home defense Review by Ty
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Do not know if they fire well or not. At the price I will not fire them at the range, saving them for what they are intended for, home defense. (Posted on 6/10/13)
Heard good things, my gun didn't like it Review by Jim
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I hane a Taurus 24/7 Gen 2. While I heard a lot of good things about this ammo my gun didn't like it much. Out of the 25 I had 3 mis-fires and it jammed my gun 4 times. I have since put a couple of hundred rounds of another brand through the gun without a problem.

Good price and it shipped fast.... Just not for my Taurus. (Posted on 6/4/13)
All's well with this ammo Review by Jerry
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I used this ammo in my brand new XD9 service model and there wasn't any problems.
Prior to purchasing this ammo I called Springfield Armory to find out which grain to use with this particular gun and they said 147 is the correct ammo. And they were correct. (Posted on 6/1/13)
My favorite 9mm! Review by TacticalSwaag
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Love shooting 147gr 9mm, it lets you know it means business when you shoot it, and for me it is easier to keep on target in semi-rapid fire situations compared to a 124gr +P round. Accuracy is also fantastic! (Posted on 5/9/13)
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