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|Bullet Weight||95 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)|
|Ammo Caliber||9mm Makarov (9x18mm)|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||1020|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||219|
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did not fire & whole cartridge fell apart in a gun.
Today I had an incident with “Fiocchi” ammo... Here’s what happened, during my shooting session with “Fiocchi” ammunition, 5th round from a mag did not go off; I’ve stopped immediately, racked the slide back, brass just fell off from the barrel leaving behind trail of gun power & stuffed bore, a primer had a distinct indentation from a firing pin. I’ve removed the slide to see better what is going on in the barrel, indeed there was a lot of gun powder & stuck bullet in a bore, it took me some time to remove it... It never happened with PPU nor with Hornady... good thing I’ve tested it well, because tomorrow I’m going for CCW qualification & planned to use this ammo. Now I’m switching to PPU; it happened after firing of couple hundreds of rounds... So, be aware, it may happened with your “Fiocchi” as well. For plinking, I'll use the rest of my 1000, but for some training or qualification, no thx.
Used this in my Polish P64 Makarov and there's some serious kick. I would advise using this only in the full size Makarovs that have the weight to soak up more of the recoil since Fiocchi has a reputation for hotter rounds than other manufacturers. My SKS had sparks shooting out of the muzzle from all the unhurt powder.
Good ammo good price
The ammo was brass which makes it a good choice if you want to go to indoor ranges. I fired 250 rounds and had 2 ftf. But those 2 ftf were my buddy shooting the gun and who knows what that rookie was doing.
Take it inside
There's a lot of good, cheap pistols in 9x18 these days, but not a lot of good, cheap ammo. Fiocchi may cost more than the cheap Russian stuff, but unlike it's "Bear-ish" competitors, you can shoot it in indoor ranges or at steel without fear of the steel-core bullets perforating the backstop. It's good choice for people who want to practice with their Maks but don't want to go to an outdoor range.
You're reviewing: 9mm Makarov - 95 Grain FMJ - Fiocchi - 50 Rounds
Posted On: 6/8/2020 By: Robert Garrity
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