|Bullet Weight||150 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Total Synthetic Jacket (TSJ)|
|Ammo Caliber||9mm Luger (9x19)|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||890|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||264|
|Cost Per Round||46.0¢ per round|
Both the primer and powder are housed by a reloadable brass casing which is capped off with a 9x19mm TSJ (Total Synthetic Jacket) projectile. The TSJ is built like a conventional FMJ but uses a polymer jacket instead of one made from copper. This material is softer and prevents metal-on-metal contact from occurring in the barrel, reducing friction and heat for less barrel wear and fouling over time. As a result, shooters will experience improved accuracy and longer handgun life. In this particular load, the TSJ has a flat nose which is great for soft target scoring and steel target energy transfer; speaking of steel targets, the synthetic coating of the bullet helps to prevent potentially dangerous ricochets from heading back to the shooter. A projectile weight of 150 grains not only delivers greater energy to plates and poppers but facilitates smoother cycling and manageable recoil in full-size competition guns like the Glock 34 MOS or a Triarc RONIN TRI-11.