- Manufacturer Aguila
- Condition New
- Weight 124gr
- Projectile Type FMJ
- Ammo Use Type Range Training
- Casing Type Brass
- Quantity 50
- Caliber 9mm
- Manufacturer SKU 1E092110
- Primer Type Boxer
- Muzzle Velocity (ft. per sec) 1115
- UPC Barcode 640420003061
- Cost Per Round 25.0¢ per round
- Q & A
Aguila is a subsidiary of Industrias Tecnos, a company that’s been manufacturing ammunition for more than fifty years. Tecnos was founded in 1961 with substantial assistance from Remington; in fact, the original staff of 70 was trained by Remington. When they were new they produced ammunition for Remington but it’s been quite a few years since that was the case; today Tecnos has its own lines of ammunition, including Aguila. Their ammunition is distributed throughout North and South America and is also sold in the Middle East and parts of Europe. They’re known for producing reliable target rounds at economical prices; if you want to be a high-volume shooter and are held back by the cost, these Aguila rounds can help you reach your goals without emptying your wallet.
At 124 grain these are fairly lightweight rounds for the 9mm cartridge. Of course, being light has its advantage; these rounds are capable of reaching higher speeds and keep your felt recoil to a minimum, which allows you to spend more time shooting your gun without sore hands and fingers. These are FMJ rounds, so they don’t expand but simply impact, penetrate, and continue traveling, so a solid backstop is a must. Each round moves with substantial speed at a muzzle velocity of 1115 feet per second and makes an impression with a muzzle energy of 342 foot-pounds. This ammunition is best for target practice, shooting drills, and those times all you want to do is annihilate a bunch of water jugs and apples.
You get 50 target rounds in this single box of ammunition. The box is just the right size for tossing in your range bag and stacking on the shelf in your safe for a rainy day (or whatever day you want to take your gun out: sun, snow, hail…). Aguila produces this ammunition in virgin brass cases using boxer primer, so you can reload your spent casings, and they’re non-corrosive, which is good for the life of your handgun. Production takes place at their plant in Mexico, which is located outside Mexico City. At this price you don’t have any excuse not to place a large order, so get your order in and be the high-volume shooter you’ve always wanted to be.
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This is good ammo. In fact, I prefer it when shooting FMJ. And the price is reasonable.
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