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|Bullet Weight||115 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)|
|Use Type||Range Training|
|Ammo Caliber||9mm Luger (9x19)|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||1150|
|Cost Per Round||22.5¢ per round|
Won't buy POBJEDA ammo again
Review by RR6. (Posted on 3/23/15)
I needed several range sessions to truly give an honest impression of this ammo and that has been completed. Upon first seeing and handling this Bosnian 115gr 9mm ammo I was impressed with the clean, uniform look of the bullets themselves. Shiny silver metallic steel cases and a brass colored bullet looked impressive from the outlook. The thin plastic " cups " these rounds arrived in were loose packed with 100 rounds to a cup with a label sealed lid.
I didn't chronograph any of this 9mm ammo but like so many shooters just wanted a dependable, fairly accurate practice round that was inexpensive to shoot. And with my 1st range session I thought I had found just that but I was soon to be disappointed. The handguns I initially fired these 9mm rounds through were a S&W Shield, a Glock 19 and a Star Model B. The first 30 to 40 rounds sent downrange were fairly accurate with no malfunctions but as the shooting session progressed problems started arising. My 9mm S&W Shield always ran 100% with zero malfunctions after an initial 75 rd break-in period with an array of ammo from Federal, Hornady, Remington, and even steel cased fodder from Wolf and Silver Bear.
But within 30 rds or so I began experiencing failures to eject the spent casing with the next round nosed up against the stuck casing. This failure to eject happened every other mag or so and even when the Shield was cleaned/lubed. On several of these malfunctions I had difficulty in getting the slide open let alone ejecting the spent case. The same issues were experienced with the Glock 19 and Star Model B about every 15th round fired.
My buddy brought his Beretta Nano and Springfield XD compact and experienced the same failure to eject with both the Nano and XD compact. He also experienced a ruptured primer with the bullet still in the case and a bullet seated to deeply which really jammed up my Shield when he was firing it. With four normally 100% reliable handguns consistently experiencing the same issue, a blown primer all within 300 rounds we didn't need any more convincing that this 9mm ammo was not up to snuff.
I will take pictures of the 9mm round that had the bullet seated to deeply and the bullet with a blown primer to POJEDA Technology with a faint hope that they will take these serious issues to task. Irregardless even with Wolf WPA I have never experienced so many issues as I had with PROJEBA Technology 115gr FMJ 9mm ammo. task.
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very nice rounds
Review by sarge. (Posted on 2/10/15)
I have been using these rounds for practice, out of a tauras 24/7 full size pistol and a hi-point 995ts carbine, and my wife shoots them with her kel-tech pf9, so far no jams or miss fires, no problems with two boxes (200 rounds). I would and have recommended them to family and friends!
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