|Bullet Weight||230 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)|
|Use Type||Range Training|
|Ammo Caliber||.45 ACP (Auto)|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||865|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||382|
|Cost Per Round||59.0¢ per round|
As military overrun, this cartridge offers good quality and consistent performance, but for the sort of price that makes high volume shooting an accessible pastime to those of us whose daddies haven’t got jobs that enable them give us pant loads of dough, such as CEO or state senator. The round’s 230 grain bullet is the standard for its caliber, and possesses an even copper jacket for smooth feeding, bore protection, and straight flight. The nose is rounded for better feeding in a semi-automatic -- works great in a 1911! These cartridges have non-corrosive primers, so you needn’t worry about the ramifications of not being able to shoot 1,000 of them right away, and their new brass casings are reloadable.
These rounds are packaged in nondescript brown boxes. The military men who would have fired them wouldn’t think to complain about drab packaging, because they learned very quickly during boot camp that complaining got them something very unpleasant in return. Imagine telling your drill sergeant that your breakfast eggs aren’t just the way you like them? You’d be mopping the garage floor with your tongue in no time.