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9mm NATO - 124 Grain FMJ - ZQi - 1000 Rounds

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Quantity - 50 rounds per box; 20 boxes per case
Manufacturer - ZQi
Bullets - 124 grain full metal jacket (FMJ)
Casings - Berdan-primed nickel-plated steel
Manufacturer ZQI Ammunition
Condition New
Bullet Weight 124 Grain
Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
Ammo Casing Nickel-Plated Steel
Quantity 1,000
Ammo Caliber 9mm Luger (9x19)
Pressure +P
Primer Type Boxer
Muzzle Velocity (fps) 1140
Muzzle Energy (ft lbs) 358
Attracts Magnet No
UPC Barcode 860005414130
Use Type
Range Training
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Have you had trouble finding enough steel-cased 9mm ammunition these days? We hate to hear it. ZQi hates to hear it, too, which is why we’re offering the Turkish manufacturer’s wallet friendly steel-cased 9mm NATO ammunition by the case of 1,000!

This cartridge’s bullet isn’t like what you should expect from a Russian-made round. Its core is made of lead antimony alloy, and its jacket is made of pure brass. In short, there are no steel or any other magnetic metals in this round’s 124 grain FMJ that could attract a magnet. You have free license to fire this training ammo at ranges which ban magnetic rounds!

A steel case noticeably reduces a cartridge’s production cost, as the manufacturer gets to avoid purchasing so much copper. It is possible to reload steel cases, and indeed this ammo’s non-corrosive Boxer primers make it easier than Berdan primers would have – but reloading steel takes so much time and patience that it’s only worthwhile when no other way of getting ammo is available.

These rounds’ steel cases are plated with nickel. The shiny metal grants the ammo added resistance to corrosion, and it also reduces friction during feeding and extraction to ensure smoother cycling.

Please note that this is 9mm NATO ammunition. As such its chamber pressure and resultant muzzle velocity are both higher than the standard 9mm ammo you may be accustomed to firing. We advise treating 9mm NATO like it is overpressure ammunition, and only firing it in firearms that are rated for 9mm +P.
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