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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|
Review by Will US Amry Vet
I want to thank Winchester for such and affordable ammo. My Smith and Wesson M&P 2.0 eats this up absolutely no problems. It may be dirty but so what. It’s ammo, I enjoy the value for what I am getting. My weapon (firearm) has a black list barrel. With an Apex trigger. It’s not stock my indoor range allows this. So I use this for my weapon it’s accurate stuff no malfunctions at all. I have used Tula ammo in the past in my Glock and my Ar15. Before the military. It’s false. Steel case does not hurt your firearm. The steel from the case is much softer then your weapon parts. (Extractor). So ignore all the Bs* you hear about it and sit back order it it’s cheap and use it for target practice.
I say Hooah 3rd Infantry Div.
(Posted on 10/13/2019)
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Review by Jeff
They worked just fine in my glock 19x.
(Posted on 11/3/2018)
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Review by Gdehays
Just terrible. Multiple malfunctions in guns that have never had problems before.
(Posted on 7/19/2018)
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Poor Quality, Not Great Value
Review by Daniel
I tested this ammo with a Beretta 92FS and Px4 Compact.
As far as quality is concerned this is easily the lowest quality 9mm ammo I have worked with and is definitely trumped by any other steel ammo and certainly standard brass ammo. The casings are extremely dirty and have what appears to be some form of corrosion on them. The steel is not polished or cleaned in anyway and has no lubricated coating on it like other steel ammo to help feeding. I tested them first by putting them in magazines because I was worried about the corrosion I saw, sure enough they stick and lock up inside all the magazines I had. Out of worry for safety I polished all the rounds by hand which honestly was a pain and also pretty much ruined any savings I had by buying the ammo.
Performance was acceptable at best. Accuracy was okay and honestly if not for the outstanding feeding systems of the Beretta handguns I had and the post processing I did with the casings I am almost certain I would have had endless malfunctions with the ammo. As it is, I only had one failure to feed with my PX4 Compact and no failures with my 92FS but, I did not shoot more than one box and honestly I didn't want too.
Value for this ammo is questionable at best. Yes, this ammo is cheap but it is not the cheapest. If you don't clean the casings you are very likely to have a lot of malfunctions with this ammo which the labor to do either (clean casings or clean malfunctions) pretty much washes your savings away. The package that this ammo comes in is a joke. The cheapest cardboard and foam that is actually really bulky and makes 50 rounds take up way more space than Winchesters classic white box (why even use foam then?). Again no cleaning or coating of casings which is especially bad when compared to steel ammo competitors like Tula and Wolf.
Basically, if you are going to shoot cheap steel ammo, just go buy the Russian stuff, they seem to have perfected the balance between cost and quality in steel ammo.
(Posted on 3/3/2018)
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