1000 Rounds of 115gr JHP 9mm Ammo by Fiocchi
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Have you ever wondered where your 9mm Luger/Parabellum ammunition got its names? “Luger” comes from Georg Luger, the man who designed the cartridge back in 1901. “Parabellum” comes from para bellum, as in “Si vis pacem, para bellum,” which is Latin for “If you seek peace, prepare for war.” Fittingly the 9mm has seen extensive use in the military, standing in as the standard issue for untold thousands of soldiers for years. Today it’s still the standard issue in the U.S. Army; the Army recently placed a new order for a huge number of Beretta M9’s to arm the men and women serving our country. Your 9mm has a rich history and many uses, perhaps the most common use being self-defense.
For self-defense you need hollow points, and for truly effective stopping power, JHP’s are even better. Jacketed Hollow Points deliver maximum energy transfer and begin to expand on impact while also decelerating. Their jacket provides control during expansion so they create an even deeper wound track, and that means more stopping power. Another benefit of the jacket is the way it increases overall strength for the round, preventing breakdown as the bullet travels through your gun’s barrel and significantly decreasing lead fouling. With JHP’s your 9mm delivers fantastic stopping power. These rounds are designed for self-defense and can also be used for tactical training.
At 115 grain these are lightweight defense rounds. As mentioned above they’re JHP’s, expanding on impact and also decelerating, which protects innocent bystanders while creating a devastating wound track in your intended target. Each round has a muzzle velocity of 1175 feet per second and muzzle energy of 353 foot-pounds. Fiocchi manufactures these in virgin brass cases with boxer primer; they can be reloaded. Although Fiocchi’s headquarters are at their original plant in Lecco, Italy, they do have a facility here in the U.S. in Ozark, Missouri. There are 1000 defense rounds in this case so you can train realistically, because defense rounds don’t behave like target rounds. Ensure you’re ready for the worst-case scenario with high-volume training.