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|Bullet Weight||115 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Total Metal Jacket (TMJ)|
|Ammo Caliber||9mm Luger (9x19)|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||1200|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||368|
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Was gel shooting a bunch of these out of an old Steyr wondernine a while back and see that these could suffice as a self defense load if your in a pinch. Most of these endo-ed thru the gel stopping around the 18 mark
All from a 5 1/2" bbl. I doubt the TMJ would do this out of the shorties people run nowadays.
Great deal on sale
Purchased 100 rounds when on sale. No regrets. Perform well, probably go with a higher grain count next time for my Glock 19C next.time as did FTE twice. Not unheard of using 115 gr though. Very happy with product. Excellent range round, but pricey if not on sale.
Very good ammo
I've run about 75 rounds so far through a Beretta M9 with no problems at all. I slightly prefer the 124 grain cartridge, but this is available in quantity and shoots perfectly well. I look forward to some more time at the range with this purchase!
I have a Glock 26 and I prefer Lawman 115. I have shot several hundred rounds with no issues at all. Shoots better and cleaner than almost anything else I've shot, including Remington, Blazer, and especially re-loaded. This is definitely my preferential ammo. Highly recommend.
As for LuckyGunner, always great service and great prices. As for the ammo (using a new Beretta 92FS), I bought one box with the 6 other boxes of Blazer Brass I ordered. All 50 rounds went through without a FTE. Between the two brands, I do feel the Lawman shot better (slightly less recoil) as I hit my targets more frequently. But that could be due it being the last 50 rounds I shot at the range. Both BlazerBrass & Lawman were 115 gr FMJ and the price difference was $1.00 per 50 rounds. Bottom line - I'd shoot rounds from either company. But I will order only Lawman's next time to see if these rounds also shoot cleaner.
I've ran about 200 rounds through my gen 4 Glock 19 with no problems. Very consistent, fairly clean, accurate, and I have not experienced any feed issues. I will certainly be buying more, hopefully the price comes down a bit.
This is great ammo if you like your gun to look clean. Usually I get fowling on the last 1" of the gun, and the bushing is usually pretty black after shooting 100 rounds or so.
I ran approx 120 of these rounds through my 9mm 1911 last week and the gun was as clean as when I took it out of the case. The inside was dirty of course, but there was no residue on the outside of the gun. My guess is the TMJ keeps it clean.
For this reason I would recommend this ammo for IDPA or USPSA since you wont be sticking a dirty gun back in the holster.
Supposedly it shoots kinda hot, but it didnt feel that way to me. Recoil was very light compared to a 45ACP.
Value isnt quite as good as other target rounds, seems to be about 20% higher than Fed or Win FMJ.
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