20 Rounds of 115gr JHP 9mm Ammo by Federal Personal Defense
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April 27, 1922, Charles Horn took over a failing ammunition plant, immediately re-founding it as Federal Cartridge. His initial merchandising plan involved selling Federal’s products in grocery stores, filling stations, and barber shops, and it worked incredibly well. In no time the U.S. Military was coming to Federal for ammunition; Federal played a major role supplying the military in World War II, the Korean War, and Vietnam, even being awarded an Army-Navy “E” for Excellence for their efforts. From there their ammunition was used by Olympic competitors to win gold medals and the company won a series of awards. Their plant is located in Anoka, Minnesota, and their dedication to quality is well-known.
Self-defense is not something any shooter should take lightly. That means carefully considering what kind of ammunition you load your personal carry weapon with. Carrying hollow points is a must because you need rounds that expand on impact as well as slow down, because those actions both cripple your attacker and protect innocent bystanders by preventing over-penetration. But if you want even greater stopping power, try Jacketed Hollow Points. Their jacket controls expansion so it happens more slowly so the bullet creates a broader, deeper wound channel. JHP’s deliver truly devastating wounds, making them ideal for protecting yourself and your family.
These are lightweight 115 grain defense rounds. They’re JHP’s as described above and expand on impact, making them a wise choice for self-defense. Each round flies from the barrel of your gun with stunning muzzle velocity at 1160 feet per second and makes its point emphatically with a muzzle energy of 344 foot-pounds. Federal makes these in fresh brass cases with boxer primer so you can reload them. There are 20 defense rounds in this box, which is just enough to load your gun for self-defense purposes and fire a few rounds to see what they feel like. It’s always a good idea to have extra ammo, so consider purchasing a second box. After all, there’s no such thing as too much ammunition.