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|Bullet Weight||115 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)|
|Ammo Caliber||9mm Luger (9x19)|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||1190|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||362|
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wouldnt feed in my Steyr L9
the steel cased ammo wouldn't feed properly . tried about 3-4 different kinds of steel cased ammo and it had the same results. if it works for your flawlessly in what you're using then id suggest it, but if your pistol is kinda picky then no. its really dirty gunpowder as well.
Not too shabby
I just got back from shooting my Ruger p95. I cycled 300 rounds of steel forged and 100 rounds of the 147 grain train/defense Winchester ammo through without any problems. Recoil was light, and I was able to shred pizza boxes from about 30 yards with ease. My hands did get "dirty" from loading my mags with the steel forged, but not as bad as some forums complained about... Soap and water does wonders for dirty hands.. upon inspection, the my gun is much cleaner that it was after firing cheap Russian stuff(which I won't shoot anymore).. Overall, for plinking great value! I plan on stalking up.
I recently bought a box and thought I'd give it a shot since it was so cheap. I had (3) shells that didn't eject properly, which hasn't happened with any other round I've shot. Also, the stuff was really dirty.
Excellent quality for steel casing
I blew through 300 rounds of this ammo with no malfunctions. The casings have a lubricant on them to help them feed. The casings actually feel softer than brass. I've had trouble with other steel casings not going into magazines easily and not feeding. That is not the case (pun intended) with these. Yes, your hands will get dirty loading, however, I found my gun was NOT that dirty inside. I attribute the "dirtiness" to the lubricant and not to burn residual. I actually found very little residue buildup in the gun.
The ammo was extremely dirty out of the box, covered with lubricant and metal particles. Hand cleaned one box and shot it at the range. Had my first failure to eject with this handgun, with 7,000+ rounds fired. It appears the cases went from the production line to the loading line without proper cleaning. Will not buy this ammo again.
The Winchester 115 Grain FMJ 9mm ammo is great. It shoots well, leaves my gun fairly clean, and I had no misfires in my first 250 rounds. This is excellent range or training ammunition. And, one of the best features (after that it shoots well) is that it is AMERICAN MADE!
Cheap, Dirty, and Goes BOOM
Took the 750 rounds I purchased from LG to the range, blew through 300 before calling it a night. Shot concentration was a little wider than my averages .75/1.25" larger diameter at 8/20yds. for reliable range ammo where you can't use steel/ bimetal jacket I would buy this stuff again for sure. Zero FTE Zero FTF Zero Duds. You will definitely need to wash hands good after, lots of metallic residue.
The residue is a lubricant.
Everywhere thsi product is rated people complain its dirty. The metallic greasy residue is an intentional coating over the steel casing. It is a lubricant This makes up for the hardness over brass. It is cheap and shoots straight!!!!!
Dirty shooting but good enough
The ammo is not as clean firing as some low priced brass cased alternatives. However, 5-round accuracy was 2 inches at 15 yards repeatedly from a Wilson Combat Beretta Brigadier and a fat 3 inches from a Sig P938 with zero malfunctions in either weapon for 400 rounds. Both weapons are setup with U notch rear sights designed for speed, not ultimate accuracy. Shooting was off-hand. Handling left a residue primary on the hand used to load magazines, but clean with soap/water was easy. There were no duds, misfires or other issues with the ammunition. Ammunition cosmetics was excellent and OAL variance was negligible.
Fires well but dirty!
I normally avoid steel casings, but I thought I would try this since it was from Winchester. I have shot about 300 of the rounds and have not had a single misfire, but they are dirty. They leave a metallic residue on your hands from loading. I will stick to brass casings from here on out.
You're reviewing: 9mm - 115 Grain FMJ - Winchester Forged - 750 Rounds
Posted On: 1/3/2017 By: Jake
Posted On: 8/2/2016 By: Eric
Regular Price: $500.00
Special Price: $440.00
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