- Manufacturer Aguila
- Condition New
- Weight 124gr
- Projectile Type FMJ
- Ammo Use Type Range Training
- Casing Type Brass
- Quantity 1000
- Caliber 9mm
- Manufacturer SKU 1E092110
- Primer Type Boxer
- Muzzle Velocity (ft. per sec) 1115
- UPC Barcode 1E092110
- Cost Per Round 20.5¢ per round
- Q & A
When you hit the range, remember to follow the four golden rules of guns: 1) Don’t point your gun at anything you aren’t willing to destroy, 2) Keep your finger off that trigger until you’re on target, 3) Know your target and be aware of what is beyond it, and 4) Treat every gun as though it’s loaded. What that last one means is that you should never take anyone’s word for it that a gun is unloaded. All guns are loaded until proven otherwise by you, and even then you continue following the rules. Just because you verify a gun is technically empty doesn’t mean it’s okay to point it at anything you don’t want to shoot. Guns aren’t toys, they’re weapons, and they should be treated with respect.
These are 124 grain rounds, making them lightweight by 9mm standards. That means you can spend extensive trigger time without wearing out your fingers or hands because your felt recoil will remain manageable, and it also means each round will zip towards your target at greater speeds. There are definitely pros to being fast, light target rounds. These are FMJ rounds, so they’re ideal for target practice, shooting drills, and plinking. Each round leaves the barrel of your handgun with a muzzle velocity of 1115 feet per second and tears through your target with a muzzle energy of 342 foot-pounds. If you’re looking to hone your accuracy and improve shot placement, this ammo will get you there.
When you place your order for this case of ammunition from Aguila you get a whopping 1000 target rounds. What could be better than a 1000-round box? Two 1000-rounds boxes, of course! And, of course, Aguila produces this ammunition in virgin brass cases with boxer primer, so you can police your brass, reload the empty cases, and get back to it. It’s a great deal, and not one you should pass by. Aguila manufactures ammunition at their plant in Mexico which was founded in 1961 by none other than Remington; although they no longer have any ties to Remington, the original staff there was trained by the American company. Want to fire your 9mm to your heart’s content? Order this case of ammunition, and feed your gun.
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125 grain is the standard 9mm load in Europe, my guess is 115 here was done to create a less expensive practice load. If ...
Great ammoon 3/22/2014
I ran thousands of rounds in my pistols and rifle . never had a problem . A good buy even with the price increase
Great practice ammoon 9/8/2013
125 grain is the standard 9mm load in Europe, my guess is 115 here was done to create a less expensive practice load. If you have a Euro gun it will like 124 and run better. The Aguila is top grade at a more affordable price. I have fired 1000's and never had a Ammo caused problem. The powder is a tiny bit dirty but not like some of the east Europe stuff. I have no problems at the range and no clean up problem at my bench. If available this is always my first choice for the range.
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