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|Bullet Weight||115 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)|
|Ammo Caliber||9mm Luger (9x19)|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||1145|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||335|
Low cost good quality
Review by Adam
Bought 500 rounds to break in my new pistol. Ran flawlessly. Probably gonna buy a couple thousand more!
(Posted on 5/22/2019)
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awsome rounds and great price.
Review by Time
I have shoot over 350 rounds and no problems of any kind from 2 pistols, thanks. I'm buying more today...
(Posted on 3/21/2019)
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Great in my VP9SK but not in my P365
Review by Cory
Ammo runs flawlessly in my VP9SK, but had multiple malfunctions due to the ammo in my Sig P365. Noticed the recoil seemed a little bit less when compared to blazer brass. But I would run this ammo again any time in my VP9SK.
(Posted on 3/16/2019)
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Fantastic consistant quality. Great PRICE
Review by Victor
I have gone through about 3000 rds in my Glock 17 and Beretta 92fs and not a single issue. I am actually more worried that people will like it as much as i do then wont be availble at this fantasic price.
(Posted on 3/14/2019)
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Great Range Ammo - Great PPR shipped
Review by Cody
Great price per round and runs fine in my p365 and Legion p229. I've put 550 rounds through the Legion and ~350 through the p365 with no misfires or malfunctions. Both of these weapons are newer (<2000 rounds through each), meaning they are hardly even broken in and are arguably a little more susceptible to malfunctions than some of my tried and true sidearms. The ammo is not the cleanest, but it is definitely cleaner than any other brass I have found at this price point. If you value your firearms (and life) and genuinely care about advancing your skillset, you should be cleaning your weapon after every trip to the range, especially if you're training with your EDC. I have no problems recommending this ammo, in fact, I just purchased 2 more boxes. Stay safe out there. Cheers!
(Posted on 3/2/2019)
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Good range ammo
Review by Mark
I have shot 950 rounds so far without any issues in my Beretta 92fs. So far the best price is through lucky gunner.
(Posted on 3/2/2019)
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Review by nitelifer
I've shot over 400 of these at a range one day, 1 misfire and 2 stove pipe on my M&P... so 3/400+ = <1% fail rate which is still pretty good in my book.
(Posted on 1/21/2019)
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Good for price
Review by Gmoney
Didn’t have any problems with the ammo, and it arrived on schedule.
(Posted on 1/19/2019)
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Not bad, a little weak
Review by Jonathon
I know that training ammo is usually a lighter load, but occasionally I have failure to slidelock on empty mag with my XD9 4". No stoppages or accuracy issues to speak of yet after 200 rounds.
I'd prefer to shoot "service" rounds that have the same level of recoil as my home defense rounds, but these still do the job nicely. Would definitely buy again.
(Posted on 1/11/2019)
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Review by Ruger American Pistol
These were the first 50 rounds through my new pistol. No malfunctions and accuracy was sufficient for my needs (30 feet to target).
(Posted on 12/5/2018)
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Review by 123gunn
This is one of the only ammo my 1911 will run flawlessly. Pretty clean and very accurate. Have never had any issues with this ammo. And price is great for range time
(Posted on 1/8/2018)
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Does the job and cheap
Review by tex99
No problems, ejects fine in my Walthers CCP
(Posted on 11/2/2017)
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Accurate, but uneven function in an H&K P30L
Review by poledorus
This ammo is accurate and relatively clean to shoot. But about 25% of the rounds from two boxes failed to eject properly from my H&K P30L, possibly from weak or uneven loads. I do not recommend this ammunition unless you are training for misfire immediate action drills.
(Posted on 10/13/2017)
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