- Manufacturer Hotshot Ammunition
- Condition New
- Bullet Weight 124gr
- Projectile Type FMJ
- Ammo Use Type Range Training
- Casing Type Brass
- Q & A
The 9x19mm Luger/Parabellum was designed in 1901 by Georg Luger. Luger created the round for the German’s then-new semi-auto Luger handgun, but it didn’t take long for it to catch on elsewhere. Before long multiple countries were using it and it had become the standard pistol round for NATO nations. Today the 9mm is the best-selling semi-auto handgun round on the market. It’s used by law enforcement officers, soldiers, and average citizens. If you have a gun chambered in 9mm and use it for self-defense, you need some range time to ensure accuracy and placement (you need range time no matter what).
These particular 9x19mm Luger/Parabellum rounds are manufactured by Century International Arms. They weigh in at 124 grain which makes them relatively lightweight for the cartridge size. Being lighter weight allows them to fly down-range at higher speeds than their heavier counterparts and also helps keep felt recoil manageable. These are FMJ, Full Metal Jacket, rounds and do not expand on impact. Target rounds such as these are prone to over-penetration, so be sure you have a reliable backstop in place during range time. This ammunition is made for target practice, self-defense training, and plinking.
When you order this case of ammunition from Century International Arms you get a whopping 1000 target rounds. If you’re thinking this case of ammo will last you forever, guess again. The possibilities are practically endless when it comes to the drills and skills you can master with 1000 target rounds; you’ll burn through this case in no time. And because these rounds are produced using virgin brass cases with boxer primer, you can police your spent casings and reload them. Century International Arms manufactures ammunition at their factory in Delray Beach, Florida. Order now to hone your marksmanship with your 9mm.
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