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|Manufacturer||Sellier & Bellot|
|Bullet Weight||115 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)|
|Use Type||Range Training|
|Ammo Caliber||9mm Luger (9x19)|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||1305|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||438|
|Cost Per Round||28.0¢ per round|
Sellier & Bellot is an ammo company from the Czech Republic, which is probably why no one knows how to pronounce their name. You can just call it S&B and we'll know what you're talking about. They've been around for a long time, establishing their roots back in the 1820s. Today they make ammo for civilians, law enforcement, and military forces all over the world.
We took a look at one of their 9 mm loads and fired a few rounds at the range to see how it performs. This one is the 115 grain police load. The S&B police ammo differs from the standard loads, mainly in the way the cartridges are sealed. Each round has a sealant around the prime, that's the green stuff you see there.
You can't see it without disassembling the round but there's also a sealant between the case mouth and the bullet. This makes the round less susceptible to moisture and will ensure a longer shelf life. With the velocity of 1,269 feet per second the S&B police round is slightly hotter than the standard S&B 115 grain 9 mm. It's not really enough of a difference for most shooters to notice, but may help out with reliability in some guns that don't like to cycle weaker ammo.
For the duration of the review none of our test guns experienced any malfunctions or ignition failures. We tested accuracy from the bench at 15 yards using a Beretta 92FS. Our 10 shot group was OK but it seemed to be [? printing ?] a little low and to the left. To make sure it was the gun and not the ammo that was off, we went back and tried it with a Beretta carbine and got very nice results hitting right at our point of aim with every shot. If the gun and shooter are accurate, the S&B ammo should perform very admirably. If you're looking to stock up on some quality bulk range ammo that's sure to last for a long time then check out S&B police.
Great performance... Will buy more!
Review by Tnic. (Posted on 8/3/14)
Awesome round with clean performance and great price! Will buy more as soon as I can.
(Posted on 8/3/14)
1 of 5
Outstanding power rounds.
Review by Luke. (Posted on 3/14/12)
Powerful standard pressure rounds with a little extra zip but not like +p. Super clean burn too. Want to order more but LG is out of stock Dagnabbit!.
(Posted on 3/14/12)
2 of 5
Excellent for any price
Review by Darbone. (Posted on 9/25/11)
Bought a batch of 1k and have used them flawlessly in Ruger L9 and SR9C. Unfortunately they go so fast I'm needing another 1K.
Great stuff. Clean, powerful and accurate.
(Posted on 9/25/11)
3 of 5
Great ammo and Service
Review by Jim V. (Posted on 7/18/11)
I just love this ammo!. Been shooting it out of a S&W M&P 4" barrel for IDPA competition. Flawless performance, reliable feeding and accurate. I will always opt for this ammo first luckygunner service is even better than the ammo they sell, I can't believe their delivery times, almost next day, they are great!!!!
(Posted on 7/18/11)
4 of 5
Out standing performance, Great price!!!
Review by Joe Q. (Posted on 6/23/11)
By now I have shot eight boxes of the S & B police. They are hot rounds!! Great feeding and absolutely no problems. Some of the cleanest rounds I have had. I would not hesitate to buy these again. Lucky Gunner shipping is phenomenal. Ordered one day and received the next. I intend to be a regular customer of LG. These are A+ don't be afraid to give them a try.
(Posted on 6/23/11)
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