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Posted On: 5/17/2022
By: Jerry Rudolph
A: No sir! But that's not to imply that they've made any recently. I cannot fairly say when this ammo will become available again, but we do update our inventory frequently and will stock this product again as soon as we're able. I hope you check back in again soon!
Posted On: 7/22/2021
By: Terry Sumner
A: Thanks for reaching out Terry! this police-grade ammo should function seamlessly in any Taurus 9mm pistol.
Posted On: 7/26/2020
A: Absolutely, the 9E is rated to fire both high pressure 9mm NATO and 9mm +P ammunition.
Posted On: 3/6/2020
A: Federal's Syntech Training Match line of ammunition is designed to mirror the ballistic performance of analogous HST loads. Unfortunately, Federal doesn't offer a 9mm 150 grain round under that label. If you could make due with a 147 grain HST, however, then you're in luck. Federal offers their Practice & Defend boxes with 50 rounds of HST and 50 grounds of Syntech Training Match loads, both with 147 grain bullets and virtually indistinguishable performance. We'll have it back in stock as soon as we're able. Here is Federal's product page in the meantime: federalpremium.com/handgun/premium-personal-defense/practice-and-defend/11-P9HST2TM100.html
Posted On: 11/22/2019
A: Hi Joe. You can fire the 147 grain FMJ ball ammo and your recoil will feel very similar.
Posted On: 10/16/2019
A: Hi Dan. Thanks for looking to LuckyGunner.com for your ammo needs. I am sorry, but right now we are only able to get the small "personal size" box of these Micro rounds. Hopefully that will change soon! We are trying my friend. Ross
Posted On: 10/16/2019
A: Hi Dan. Thanks for looking to LuckyGunner.com for your ammo needs. Of course, being loaded with the HST bullet, there is no way you can go wrong with that Federal Micro rounds. Although specifically designed for a micro pistol, the bullet will do great in your mid or full sized 9mm. Give me a shout if I can get some on the way to you. Have a great day. Ross
Posted On: 10/10/2019
By: Joe Palmisano
A: Hi Joe. Thanks for looking to LuckyGunner.com for your ammo. That HST bullet is probably the best Federal has ever created. I am very impressed with the round. The Micro's extra weight keeps the velocity subsonic, which is easier on the ears. The heavier weight allow for better penetration. I think this would be a perfect round for the Sig, and one of the best for the Springfield. You just can't go wrong with the HST. Give me a shout if I can get you this ammo on the way. Have a great day. Ross
Posted On: 8/31/2019
A: Hi Blake. Designed to function well out of 3" barrels, the Micro is a great choice for year around carry. The heavier projectile insures good penetration, while the lower velocity and reliable expansion prevents over-penetration. Great performance for any season.
Posted On: 6/22/2019
A: Its entirely possible. I would recommend some small batch testing first, before committing to a large purchase. I have not heard of any negatives associated with this ammo.
Posted On: 3/19/2019
By: David Patton
A: Hi David. There is really no one "best" round for self defense. In my opinion, the HST from Federal is one of the two brands that my personal testing have lead me to choose. You certainly not going to go wrong if you choose that high quality round. The Micros are optimized for your shorter barrel. Heavier bullets and lower velocity help control recoil and while specialized propellant provides the necessary force to cycle reliably. You will be very pleased with the Federal HST ammunition.
Posted On: 3/9/2018
Federal states that the HST line of ammunition is loaded with low-flash propellants.
Posted On: 8/29/2017
A: Both the 147 gr and 150 gr would perform about equally out of short-barrel firearms, although the 147 gr would probably have a bit more recoil. For any firearm with a 3.5-4 inch (or greater) barrel the 147 gr bullet would probably perform a bit better.