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|Bullet Weight||115 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)|
|Ammo Caliber||9mm Luger (9x19)|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||1200|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||368|
The Italian company, Fiocchi, has been making ammo for the range, for hunting, and for military forces since 1872. And it's still owned and run by the Fiocchi family today. It's also worth noting that while Fiocchi is an Italian owned company, 75% of their pistol ammo is loaded right here in the US, in Missouri. Each round features a reloadable brass case, a lead bullet with a full metal jacket, and a non-corrosive boxer primer. Fiocchi ammo is certified for use by NATO forces, and their civilian ammo is the same as what gets shipped to the military.
For this review, we shot a couple of boxes of Fiocchi in nine millimeter with a 115 grain full metal jacket bullet. Accuracy was good from a bench rest at 15 yards using a Glock 19. Reliability was also on par with what you'd expect from a NATO certified company producing a military caliber. We had no malfunctions in any of our six test guns.
Because of its consistent reliability and accuracy, Fiocchi ammo in nine millimeter should be a good bet for any range or training application.
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New pistol by Paul on 3/18/2020
I don’t really do these reviews, but I had to for this. In order from website to range day.
The website is super easy...
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Decent training ammo; def worth price
I needed to practice my shooting as usual
Took these and my ammo case to the range. For the overall manufacturing and packing quality, I give them a 4/5.
if you seek training ammo, these are decent.
For carry, look elsewhere
Not good for Ruger Security 9
The Fiocchi ammo hasn’t worked well for the Ruger Security 9 that I recently purchased. Another brand of ammo has no misfires and no failures to eject. The Fiocchi ammo may work best in another fire arm model; I haven’t tested that possibility yet. That said, I believe the ammo purchased is of high quality. Being new to the pistol community I don’t why the performance in one particular pistol is not at a high level. ????
Affordable and reliable range ammo
Second 1,000 rounds of purchase. Not the cheapest range ammo but a lot cleaner than the cheaper stuff. Have only had 1 misfire out of the 1000 rounds. I Will continue to buy and recommend.
Great ammo, still overpriced
I have been shooting this ammo and other Fiocchi products for several years and they are great, reliable and cleaner firing than many. Just wish prices would down to more normal levels as I still remember buying the same range ammo for nearly half the price… Yes, the good old times”… Still recommended.
Good ammo for the range
I was skeptical buying 1000 rounds of a product i haven't used in the past. No problems as of yet. Shot 250 rounds so far and everything is on point. Very accurate, and no jams of any kind so far in my Sig 365 XL
Pricing was reasonably competitive considering ammo cost today.
Decent ammo for the range, had a couple of mis-fires but otherwise no problems. I'm looking forward to the day when prices return to normal.
It's good ,I used them in the range, just like the other one said there's somepowder residue fromthe ammo cover the tip of the gun, but overall I still like it. But right now it's hard to find any brand all out and Jack up the price too much .
I don’t really do these reviews, but I had to for this. In order from website to range day.
The website is super easy to navigate. Even for my old ass.
The order process was even easier.
My order came in two days before I expected.
Range day went off without a hitch. No misfeeds, misfires or malfunctions with this ammo. Not a single one. It’s probably me, but I did have a hard time grouping and sighting in a new ar pistol. As far as the ammo goes.... flawless
Good ammo but dirty
I use a walther ppq and this anmo works well and accurate. I do find it to be really dirty - my muzzle shows powder residue under 100 rounds. I don't find this with other brands.
Fiocchi ammo is pretty much all I shoot. I tend to run through all I buy as fast as possible. This last batch of 1,000 was much like the rest....perfect. I’ve never been let down by Fiocchi! I would recommend it to everyone from beginners to seasoned shooters.
My favorite so far
New shooter and practice a lot. Ruger SR9c is first gun. Cleanest ammo I've tried so far. Almost 2000 rounds with Fiocchi alone. I haven't had any misfires with any ammo yet, but the Fiocchi, so far, is the one I like best and will keep ordering.
Just what the doctor ordered
Used 10 thousand rounds of this through my Wilson Combat 92g Beretta and CX4 Storm carbine plus various other handguns wihout one malfunction! Just one soft report in 10k! Only use this for target work and have the rare flyer(prob down to me). I prefer Perfecta again by Fiocchi as it’s super clean but can’t find for love nor money(sad face).
Solid ammo for the range.
I've purchased this ammo twice (1000 rounds ea) from Lucky Gunner, and Fiocchi has not let me down at the range. My handguns and my accuracy have, but that's another story. Can't go wrong with Fiocchi or Lucky Gunner!
Decent range ammo
I have fired a few thousand rounds of this ammo with no problems until the last batch. I have had at least one misfire and about one out of 50 has been under charged. Had to disassemble my pistol several times just to make sure I didn't have a squib load. Not very comforting. I will probably stick to Speer lawman or S-B for range ammo unless there is a major price difference to justify the lack of quality.
Nice shooting through various Glock style mags. No misfires, no misfeeding, and no duds out of 1000 rounds. Very clean burning! Could hardly see any carbon after putting 200 rounds through my G26. Highly recommended! Will be buying again...
I bought a case of 1,000 and shot through it all. I ran the ammo through a Glock 19, Sig P226 Stainless Elite, and S&W Shield. Never had a single malfunction or issue in any of the pistols. I do reuse the brass and reload, which is why I haven't bought another box of 1,000 just yet - but I don't have the time to keep reloading pistol ammo so I'll definitely pick up another case soon.
I did notice a difference in accuracy compared to Federal HST and my hand loads. At 10 yards I can typically shoot 5 to 10 shots inside of a 3 inch shoot-n-c sticker. With the Fiocchi I noticed the group size opened up and a few shots would fall off the sticker, which is ok. It's still acceptable.
What’s not to like?
Performance of this product, fast delivery, great price, really everything went about as good as a good . Also, I have had an opportunity to test my Glock 26 ‘s accuracy rested in both GEN four and GEN five configurations. This product has shown the best groups in both Pistols at 25 yards with the best of 1.89 inches for the GEN 526 with this product. As I said, what’s not to like?
Great value for the pew pew.
This is a great range ammo option. The cost is affordable and they are in a compact box. I have shot about 750 of the 1500 rounds I got and had about 4 misfires that worked on the second load and fire. I will continue to use this product in the future.
Good Ammo - Good Price - Just Remember Some Guns Are Picky Regarding Ammo
I have used Fiocchi ammo in many of my handguns for years without problems and found it to be a great performer, fairly clean burning and an excellent all round cartridge. That however, changed with my recent order of 1000 for my wife and her new Walther 9mm. I forgot the cardinal rule that some guns are real picky about their ammo. Well, the Walther does not like Fiocchi at all! We finally ran 3 boxes and had over 30 FTFs. To be fair, we did have around 20 rounds that it did digest out of 3 boxes. We went home cleaned the pistol, returned with more of the ammo and some from 3 other manufacturers. All went well except for the Fiocchi. It is GOOD ammo. Unfortunately my wife's Walther does not like it at all. I will eventually use it up in one of my 9mm pistols that has shot a lot of it. But it will take a while as I mainly shoot (and carry a .45acp). Please do not overlook this ammo as it really is a very good ammo. My wife's pistol is just picky on what it gets fed.
Love Arizona, Lucky Gunner
Love Fiocchi. Yes, it has some muzzle flash, but very accurate and affordable. Also, God bless the great state of Arizona, which allows me to purchase very affordable, high-quality ammunition for home delivery from Lucky Gunner. I have made 5 or 6 purchases from Lucky Gunner over the past year, and every time, without fail, the product arrives exactly as promised, fast, and right to where I want it sent. You use Lucky Gunner, and know you get a high-quality product, with fast delivery.
This is my preferred range ammo. Sale price puts my per round cost less than or equal to WWB or Rem UMC, and I find the Fiocchi runs cleaner and seems to more consistent with be better overall quality. Extremely pleased with the fast turn around from Lucky Gunner. Ordered on a Sunday night and received at mid-day Tuesday. Can't ask for better than that.
Once again, on time, just as ordered, 100% what I ordered and wanted
Lucky Gunner once again made the delivery right on time, just as ordered, great product, great service, great price. If you don't choose LG, you are out of luck.
Good value / Flawless
I've shot about 5,000 rounds of this in the past two years and really like it. I usually buy the least expensive boxer primed brass, but now I try to wait for Fiocchi to go on sale as its my favorite in this price range. It's been flawless for me, its made in the US, and I like the fact that the packaging is significantly smaller than its competitors.
Great Every Day Ammo
I shoot about 2,000 rounds per month of this stuff. I have an STI DVC 3Gun that is finicky about the ammo it eats, and it really likes Fiocchi 115 gr. FMJ. Was kind of surprising, given the low per/round cost. I use it in all my 9's now. Pretty clean ammo too.
On my fourth thousand and still love it!
I have run over 3000 rounds through a variety of pistols (including a very temperamental Luger) and rifles, both semi and full auto. encountered zero ammo failures. Accurate and contrary to some reviews, I think it's pretty clean. If you think it's too dirty, try cleaning your weapons occasionally. Great ammo and Lucky Gunner is the only place to buy it because of the great price and even greater service. Total "Thumbs Up"!!
Great value and great reliability
I ordered 1,000 rounds and have shot 550 rounds last shooting course I attended. So far I have had zero malfunctions and the accuracy is excellent. I reordered another 1,000 rounds, that’s how confident I’m am about this particular ammo. I recommend it to all whom wish to practice at the range or taking training classes.
Dug into my Fiocchi. About 500 rds into a case. No malfunctions, nothing. If I sound disappointed, I somewhat am. Can't practice a malfunction drill If I haven't any. Most like to practice an induced malfunction. I like a surprise now and then. Especially at the range where there are no consequences other than lost time. Thanks Lucky Gunner. Great ammo!
I am very happy with my order of Fiocchi 9mm - 1000 rounds. Got my shipment within 3 days. Great price. Shot a few hundred rounds at the range tonight with my Glock 19, very satisfied with my decision and purchase from Lucky Gunner.
Our Favorite Ammo from Our Favorite Seller
We love Fiocchi 9mm! This ammo is reliable, accurate and very clean. We shoot it through our Glock and Taurus PT111 Millennium G2. We shoot all kinds of ammo but have settled on this one as our favorite. And we always buy from Lucky Gunner for great customer service and super fast delivery. Thanks guys!
Quality Ammunition For Less
I was shocked to have received my order for the Fiocchi 115 grain FMJ 1000 Rounds in less than three days! I am very pleased with this ammunition. So far I've shot over 400 rounds with not one malfunction. Lucky Gunner has proven to me that you can buy quality ammunition for less.
I just ordered another thousand rounds of this Fiocchi 115 grain since it is on sale. For kicks I looked at how much I have bought in the last three years. Turns out I have bought six thousand rounds of Fiocchi. So my wife and I have shot five thousand rounds without any problems that I can attribute to the ammo. A couple of times we had a problem, but it was the gun (same problem with other ammo) and after a complete strip down, cleaning and change of springs things were good again. We shoot this ammo through Glock 26s and 17s as well as through a Ruger SR 9 and a Ruger LC9s. In addition to Fiocchi we shoot American Eagle, Blazer Brass, Magtech and Sellier & Bellot, depending on what is on sale. They are all good and LuckyGunner is always outstanding when it comes to speed and reliability. I wish ammo was cheaper but I haven't found anyplace cheaper on a consistent basis and definitely no place easier or with faster delivery.
Will Never Buy Again
I like to keep a good supply of ammo on hand so I am just now shooting my 1000 rounds of Fiocchi 115 gr FMJ that I ordered Aug 2016. On average I am getting at least one FTF per 15 round mag. My striker makes a nice dimple in the primer, just no BANG. I have shot it in a Glock 19, Sig P320 and Walther PPQ M2, all with same crummy result. If Fiocchi makes quality ammo, I'm disappointed to say they didn't ship it to Lucky gunner or me in Aug 2016.
Many failure to feed & eject with this Fiocchi.
I shot 1000 rounds with my Glock 34 and Glock 43. When shooting the Clock 34, I had at least 25 failure to feed or extract issues. I also had several on my Glock 43. Never had a problem with either one of those guns with other ammo. I have about 4K rounds in the Glock 34 and have never had a problem until Fiocchi 9mm.
Good stuff, would go with Am Eagle or Winchester first
I shot somewhere along the lines of 4,000 rounds of this during a week long shooting class last November. At the time, Lucky Gunner had it on special, so saving another 20 - 25 bucks a case was worth it given the volume I was shooting.
As far as training ammo goes, it hard to have any real complaints about it. I recall one misfire out of all of those rounds. The pin definitely hit the primer, so it may have been a bad one. Who knows? But a 1 for 4000 misfire rate is nothing to sneeze at. I recall no failures to feed or eject either, or really any other issues. The Fiocchi accuracy is more than acceptable. In those aspects, it measures up to the Am. Eagle, Winchester, and other major manufacturer budget FMJ "training" ammo.
It felt short in only two areas: It has more (i.e. "noticeable") snap on the recoil, and it has more noticeable muzzle flash. The extra snap is not a big deal, but I wouldn't use this stuff to shoot a low light class. Are those two shortcomings enough to cause me to avoid it if it is on sale? Nope, but all things being equal, I prefer Am Eagle or Winchester.
Best in the test
I recently started carrying a G43. To test for which ammo worked best for me, I bought a box each of six different brands. Fiocchi was a clear stand out for accuracy. At 15 yards I can hold an 8" group in rapid fire, less than 6" when I slow down.
For me, those are outstanding results. YMMV
One of my Favorites
These Fiocchi 115gr are one of our favorite rounds for the range. My wife and I have shot thousands of rounds with no problems in our Glocks (17 and 26) and Rugers (LC9s and 9E). When we miss the bulls eye it is on us. When we are on our game the hits are consistently on target.
I quickly burned through 400 rounds of my first case. Zero failures, made in America and packaged in slim trays that enable me to easily pack more boxes in my range bag... haven't decided if that is a plus or minus yet... LOL
Tried running this through a Bar Sto and due to bulges, burrs and cockeyed bullet seating the failures stacked up. This ammo requires a very sloppy barrel. If you want to practice clearing failures this is the ammo you are looking for.
This is very consistent range ammo
I have used Fiocci ammo for two years. The only problem I had occurred when I needed a new recoil spring and misfires were evident as I reloaded. I use this ammo in my Glock 19 and CZ 75 SP-01 tactical. In the last 2000 rounds - ZERO misfires.
I've purchased two cases over the last two months and had very good results. I am trying to determine if my intermittent failure to lock open on empty is due to my Glock 19 or under powered rounds. Either way, this is good training ammo.
Very good ammo, loved shooting with it
At first I was worried that the shooting range would not allow brass bullets to fly around -- don't know, they are weird sometimes when it comes to checking your ammo. But they were OK with Fiocchi's brass, so I had a chance to test-shoot my SP-01 on that range.
I was really surprised how well the ammo performed and how well it fits with my gun. I loved the Fiocchi. First time I decided to shoot my new gun I had to buy ammo from the range, because I had no ammo store around me and I was eager to test it. I was not happy -- the gun seemed to shoot little bit off. Of course the first reason is the shooter, but I also read that it comes to ammo as well. So I decided to get something good and this turned to be my choice for the case.
I had a very nice experience with LuckyGunner. The shipment of the first package they sent to me was totally screwed up by FedEx. But the guys in LuckyGunner did not hesitate and sent right away another one with UPS.
They called FedEx and arranged to get the package returned to them if found. Funny, but the first package came to ME a few days after the second came, so I called the guys right away -- they were very quick and courteous to me, so I felt I should be the same way to them and I paid for that second package as well.
Now I am "stuck" with a good amount of high quality ammo and I can't wait to go and have some more fun with it. Next to try is Fiocchi, but with copper jacket.
Thanks LuckyGunner! You guys rock!
I have ordered several cases of Fiocchi 9mm and never had a problem until this last batch. I am getting a failure to fire (with firing pin indentation) on about 1 in 6. A 2nd load and the rounds always fire, but I don't like the boom boom click. Hopefully this was just a bad batch.
Great Range Ammo at a Great Price
I tried Fiocchi for the first time with this order, which was mainly due to the price for range ammo, and I was very pleased with the quality of the ammo. I had no issues what so ever with the 400 rounds that I've used so far. Ordering, shipping, and delivery was simple - Thank you Lucky Gunner.
GREAT PRODUCT!! TWO THUMBS UP.
this is the first time that I tried the brand and I am impressed! this is very clean, no left over powder residue very little smoke cloud. I will be buying this again. I shoot indoor idpa so the smoke cloud is important. so far I have shoot close to 800 rounds of the 1000 , no miss fires or fail to feeds. and as always great shipping, for me it took 2 days.
great price, quick shipping
I did a lot of research on bulk ammo. Lucky Gunner has the best overall prices for what I was looking for. My order was received quickly and in great shape. LG also has very, very good communication and customer service. Thanks, guys. Keep it up. You have won my loyalty.
My wife exclusively uses Fiocchi because she's convinces there's less kick, noise, and literal fire coming out of the gun with these rounds compared to the Tula I usually fire. Not going to argue with her but I have a fascinating scientific follow-up that may corroborate her claims. We have a son who limp wrists our 92As into failures to eject with these Fiocchi but not with the Tula. We've done the experiment with alternating rounds in clips, individual clips of all Fiocchi or Tula 9mm 115 FMJ and he manages and unbelievable 1 in 3 rounds FTE with Fiocchi and 0 with Tula. Neither my wife or I have this problem with either Fiocchi or Tula (my wife just prefers the clean well behaved Italian heritage while I have fun with the dirty Russian).
Seriously, I'm completely impressed with this ammo but I wanted to throw that weird science out in case anyone had similar experiences or concerns. I have no idea what the true differences are with the ammo but the son needs to get his firing mechanics down regardless of how the Fiocchi or Tula works.
Excellent service and product
Great service, quick delivery and reasonable price. Only run through 300 rounds so far but performance is flawless in my Sig P320. Pretty clean firing, higher speed and charge force than other value priced 115 gr; which I like.
Very good ammo, consistent.
I have bought Fiocchi 115gr in 1K boxes, 3 or 4 times. I have never had a problem with this ammo in Kimber, M&P, Beretta 92 or Sig 226. Very consistent performance on shot to shot. Seems fairly clean, certainly cleaner than other brands in the same price range.
Seeing that I am on fixed income, I have to be very careful with my spending. So I look for specials, to be able get what I want. It is " the best bang for my buck," so to speak! I have ordered ammo many times from Lucky Gunner and have always been pleased. So when I caught the Fiocchi 9 MM on sale I ordered a thousand rounds, and am Very Happy. I have not had any problems, it shoots clean and is reliable. From order to delivery, to the range, to cleanup.......I am extremely Happy!
Good price good product
I recieved my order in a timely fashion, despite the package having to be "relabeled" by the shipper. The package was in good order with no damage. The ammunition is packaged in standard 50 round boxes. I have fired around 800 rounds without a misfeed or a misfire and they don't seem to be as "dirty" as some other brands I have tried. I am very happy with the product.
Excellent range ammo.
This is the same ammo my local range supplies when you rent handguns from them, so I thought I would give it a shot. It shoots clean, is extremely reliable, and the accuracy is excellent in my Glock 26. I see no reason to use anything else for target practice.
Perfect range ammo, great price.
1000 rounds, zero failures in a Walther PPQ and Taurus PT111G2. Excellent groups. Runs clean. Got on special price. Arrived in 2 days. Cannot ask for better. Highly recommend. Buying another case today.
Good, cheap ammo
I bought my nine about 2 months ago and have been having feeding and extraction problems. I put it through an extensive break-in with a lot of cleanings. I had it with a gunsmith twice.
I read that pistols may favor particular ammunition. I had been feeding it Magtech 115gr as that was cheap and readily available in case lots. Then it wasn't available in case lots so I looked for an alternative. This Fiocchi was that alternative. My nine doesn't like it any better than the Magtech 115gr, still getting feeding and extraction failures. So, I decided to try some other ammo. So, far I've found that Remington runs pretty good in my gun. But I have yet to have any sort of failure with the American Eagle rounds. I guess I will be willing to pay a little more for the reliability factor. At the same time, the nine has always been intended to be a range gun and reliability hasn't been a huge consideration. I just don't like the interruptions to clear the failures. That said, this Fiocchi ammo is as good as any for the range and currently costs quite a bit less.
Good Range Ammo
Great ammo for the range. Fired a box of 50 through my xds9 and had 3 FTF. That could have been due to the weapon itself. They fired the second time around. Good ammo for the price, will purchase again. Luckygunner is awesome in getting the shipments to you fast.
Love lucky gunner. Best service EVER. Haven't noted a difference in ammo and typically buy the cheapest. But after going through 500 rounds of Fiocchi and going back to other brands, I noted a difference. Discovered that either this ammo shoots straight or I'm just a better shot with Fiochi. I think its the ammo.
Great ammo at a terrific price
I ordered a 1000 round case of sale priced Fiocchi 115 grain FMJ from Lucky Gunner on Sunday and received my ammo today. Fiocchi is excellent ammunition and the price and service can't be beat. I will definitely continue to buy from Lucky Gunner in the future.
Good range ammo
I've gone through 4 boxes of these with my Beretta 92FS. Good range ammo, accurate, relatively clean, feeds and shoots well. Great value.
Only drawback: brass cartridge is so smooth it's actually a little ore difficult than average to load into mags. Small price to pay for smooth feeding.