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9mm - +P 115 Grain SCHP - Barnes TAC-XPD - 200 Rounds

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$199.00

(99.5¢ per round)

Overview

Quantity - 20 rounds per box; 10 boxes per case
Manufacturer - Barnes
Bullets - 115 grain solid copper hollow point (SCHP)
Casings - Boxer primed nickel-plated brass

Additional Information

Manufacturer Barnes
Condition New
Bullet Weight 115 Grain
Bullet Type Solid Copper Hollow Point (SCHP)
Use Type Self Defense
Ammo Casing Nickel-Plated Brass
Quantity 200
Ammo Caliber 9mm Luger (9x19)
Pressure +P
Manufacturer SKU 21551
Primer Type Boxer
Muzzle Velocity (fps) 1125
Muzzle Energy (ft lbs) 323
Attracts Magnet No
UPC Barcode 716876135110
Cost Per Round 99.5¢ per round
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Details

When you load your firearm with ammunition intended for self-defense, you should have no doubts about the quality, performance, and craftsmanship of that ammo. This 9mm +P solid copper hollow point (SCHP) TAC-XPD ammunition by Barnes is designed to deliver steadfast performance in dangerous personal defense situations. The 115-grain SCHP bullet begins peeling back into a petaled shape upon entering soft tissue, causing effective and deadly cavitation to stop the threat in its tracks while decreasing the lethal risk of over-penetration. The premium-quality nickel-plated brass casings are Boxer-primed and resist corrosion better than regular brass casings in prolonged storage, making this a smart choice for irregularly used self-defense rounds.

Barnes’s 9mm Luger +P ammo has a muzzle velocity and energy of 1225 FPS and 323 ft/lbs, respectively, intended to improve stopping power over standard pressure 9mm rounds, a highly desirable attribute when facing an in-home attacker situation. Barnes designs their signature TAC-XP bullets to retain their structural integrity and performance even when traveling through obstacles like dense clothing and physical barriers.

Always make sure +P ammunition is suitable for your firearm, as firing higher pressure ammo in a gun not designed to handle these pressures is very dangerous. Please contact the manufacturer of your weapon if you are unsure or have further questions.
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