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|Bullet Weight||117 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Jacketed Hollow-Point (JHP)|
|Ammo Caliber||9mm Luger (9x19)|
Review by Chase
I’ve always had real good experience with their 22LR ammo. And wasn’t to sure what I would expect when I bought my first box of Aguila 9MM. Well after 3 years I can really say this is a solid product. Especially for the price. My Sig P365, Glock 43X, and M&P Shield ran it flawlessly. Super accurate and reliable product with out a doubt.
(Posted on 6/21/2020)
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Review by BigBang
compare this to your big top 10 brands of 9mm JHP and what do you get, half the price and works just about as good or better, yes i said better. while you do not get the same size opening of the HST but you do get a good mushroom none the less, also the reliability is excellent compared to your big name HP's, this stuff feeds like ball ammo while some other HP's do not feed well in some handguns. so for much cheaper than big name brands and feeds like ball ammo and expands every time, this is why as good if not better when you take all those points into consideration. nothing wrong with big name brand ammo just some handguns are ammo picky and wont feed that $1 or more per shot round whereas they will probably feed these. at the price point you can practice with these and wont break the bank like most big name ammo are to dang expensive to go practice 100 or more shots per outing or even have a stash of, just to expensive. i love them and thats just me, shoot several loads thru your handgun and see what it likes and doesnt like, and go from there, then its all about how much you want to spend on practice ammo and go to war ammo!
(Posted on 4/16/2019)
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Ran great in my CM9
Review by AnthonyC
I was unfamiliar with the brand when I picked up a box of Aguila 117 gr JHP on sale from a LGS. I figured, "What the heck, I can give a try." It sat on the back of the shelf for a long time while I shot other stuff. I saw it the other day and decided to shoot later at the range.
I was very surprised by how well it ran in my Kahr CM9, which can be ammo sensitive. Not only did it run well but it was easily the most accurate ammo for me in that pistol. Normally I shoot Federal 124gr HST or occasional Golden Sabre 124gr for defense loads but the my group was much tighter using the Aguila.
I will agree with the above reviews that occasionally sparks would fly out the end but that did not bother me.
My only problem now is trying to find some more of this. I cannot seem to find it for sale anywhere.
(Posted on 2/10/2018)
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Ammo worked fine in a recent CC class in several different pistols; same for .45.
Review by Jane
Our instructor, a U.S. Marshal, said this is considered good quality ammo.
(Posted on 8/23/2013)
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FAILURE TO FEED
Review by starider
FAILURE TO FEED ABOUT EVERY SECOND ROUND. WEAK PRIMER, WOULD FIRE ON SECOND ATTEMPT. I THOUGHT IT WAS THE 4TH OF JULY, FIRE AND SPARKS FLYING OUT OF END OF SIGMA 9MM. PURCHASED 100 RDS, TOOK ME 5 HRS TO GET THEM ALL TO FIRE, JUNK AMMO , FOR PRACTICE OKAY, BUT I WOULDN'T PUT MY LIFE ON THE LINE WITH THEM ! ! ! !
(Posted on 4/8/2013)
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Shot Straight But Threw Sparks
Review by Tankers
This JHP from Aguila seems to be based on old hollow point technology (that's why it's much cheaper than typical JHP) so I wouldn't recommend buying it for personal defense. It'll just wad up or seperate when it hits instead of staying intact and mushrooming out. That said, it's a great round for practicing with and understanding shooting jacketed hollow point ammunition.
When I shot a box of this Aguila, I noticed every shot created sparks/flash out of my PT92. I had my buddy shoot some to see if he noticed the same issue but he didn't report seeing any sparks afterwards so maybe it had something to do with my firearm. Maybe not cleaning it well enough?
All in all a good value to practice using defensive ammo but buy the premium stuff (Hornady CD) if you're going to be using it in home defense or carrying. After all, what's the point in saving a few pennies per round if it means the difference between life and death?
(Posted on 12/12/2012)
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