- Manufacturer M.B.I.
- Condition Remanufactured
- Weight 124gr
- Projectile Type TMJ
- Ammo Use Type Range Training
- Casing Type Brass
- Quantity 1000
- Caliber 9mm
- Primer Type Boxer
- Muzzle Velocity (ft. per sec) 1050
- Muzzle Energy (ft. pounds) 304
- Magnetic No
- UPC Barcode MBI-45959
- Cost Per Round 17.0¢ per round
- Q & A
Do you ever wish you could hit the range and feed your handgun endlessly without worrying about how much it costs? Now you can. These M.B.I. 124 rain FMJ rounds use once-fired brass and are priced with the high-volume shooter in mind. There are so many drills for you to master and a variety of positions to practice drawing from, and if you want to improve your marksmanship noticeably, you need a lot of ammunition. There are 1,000 rounds of ammunition in these sealed plastic bags; that should keep you and your handgun busy for awhile.
One of the things you like about your 9mm is the low recoil, and since these are 124 grain rounds, they’re light enough to keep your recoil at a minimum. Of course, being at the light-to-medium end of the weight scale also means they attain greater speeds. These particular M.B.I. rounds have a muzzle velocity of 1,050 feet per second and deliver a muzzle energy of 304 foot-pounds. They’re FMJ rounds, so they do not expand and they penetrate fully, so it’s important to be confident of your backstop. And as FMJ rounds, they’re meant for target practice, tactical training, and plinking.
M.B.I. provides training rounds to the military, law enforcement agencies, and ranges. They take great care in the selection of their ammunition’s components, so you’re not buying just any remanufactured rounds. You’re buying once-fired brass cases with boxer primer that are high enough quality to be reloaded after you burn through this 1,000-round box. Reviews from avid shooters say these rounds cycle efficiently, eject dependably, and have great accuracy. Be the high-volume shooter you’ve always wanted to be. Order these 9mm rounds today.
WORD OF CAUTION. This ammunition is remanufactured. Some firearms manufacturers warn that you shouldn’t use remanufactured ammunition in their firearms, so check out your owner’s manual before purchasing this ammo. Also, remanufactured ammo may be more prone to ruptures, failures to fire, ejection failures, squibs, or other functional problems, than new ammunition would be. These issues could cause damage to your firearm or worse, severe physical injury or death. Don’t let other shooters use you remanufactured ammo unless you first make it clear that it is remanufactured.
Most Useful Review POSITIVE vs. NEGATIVE
Great ammoon 12/11/2017
Shot over 1000 rounds thru my Sig P226. Not one jam or misfire. Will definitely buy again.
Great ammo! Shot 2000 rounds with awesome reliability!on 4/7/2017
Highly recommend this ammo!!!
Overall pretty goodon 11/16/2015
Some of the other reviews had me skeptical on purchasing this stuff, but i've pumped about 800 of the 1000 I purchased and haven't had a problem yet.
Going through a Springfield Armory XD-9
great stuff. I'll keep on buying from them.on 10/15/2015
Bought for a couple years now ,never had a bad batch of ammo. I buy by the 1000 lot at a time. Never had a jam yet or missfire. I'll keep on buying from them as long as quality continues. Delivery was fast also.eh 3
Mis-sized Messon 3/16/2015
I bought this ammo in the past directly from the manufacturer almost a year ago and it was a awful. Jams caused huge problems in our course and made our company look unprofessional, as a result. I accidentally ordered it here and never will again. To the manufacturer, please go back to your old day jobs and stop making crap ammo!
Last batch was junkon 11/8/2014
I have used this ammo in the past with no problems, considered it a good deal. The last batch I used was junk, loads of ftf's and fte's. Changed to a different brand, and my guns worked perfectly. Will never order again!
poor quality contrioon 9/14/2014
bought 1000 rounds. Gun jams 3 times in first magazine. find that the casings are swollen out of shape and jam in the chamber. went through the remaining rounds and lost 320 rounds out of the original 1000. Not a good deal anymore!
The remaining rounds were fine though.
No problemson 9/8/2013
124 was hard to find so I got some of this and have had no problem even through my pocket guns (Nano and Sig 938). Also ran some in my Storm CX4 and it cycled fine.
Just ran 100 rounds thru my Glock 17on 7/26/2013
Just ran 100 rounds thru my Glock 17 without a single jam, misfire or any other problem. I'll be buying more
Bad ammoon 4/12/2013
I was taken as I didn't know these were reloads. Too many malfunctioned & jammed my pistol. Worst Item I ever bought. Outrageous price for reloads
Great ammoon 5/27/2011
good ammo for the price. even if it is remanufactured most look shiny.
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