50 Rounds of 123gr FMJTCEB 9mm Ammo by Fiocchi
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Founded in 1876 by Guilio Fiocchi, Fiocchi Munizioni (Fiocchi Ammunition) has become a leader in the industry and one of the oldest, largest ammunition manufacturers in Italy. Their headquarters have been in Lecco, Italy, from day one, and they take great pride in producing ammunition to stringent standards. They have multiple certifications and their products have been used to win quite a few World Cups and Olympics. If you want to buy ammunition from a top-tier company with a rich history and reputation for excellence and loyalty, you should buy from Fiocchi.
123 grain makes these lightweight rounds, which also means they’re capable of greater velocity and may help keep your recoil minimal. They certainly have impressive speed with a muzzle velocity of 1,180 feet per second, and they’ll put a nice hole in your target with a muzzle energy of 383 foot-pounds. These are FMJTCEB rounds: FMJ means they’re great, non-expanding rounds for target practice and tactical training, TC means they have a Truncated Cone nose which slices cleanly through paper targets, allowing for more accurate scoring, and EB means the bullet’s base is enclosed, reducing how much lead is released upon firing. There are 50 rounds in the box and they have the following ballistics:
- Muzzle velocity: 1,180 feet per second
- 50-yard velocity: 1,068 feet per second
- 100-yard velocity: 990 feet per second
- Muzzle energy: 383 foot-pounds
- 50-yard energy: 314 foot-pounds
- 100-yard energy: 270 foot-pounds
Whether you own a 9mm for personal protection or simply enjoy plinking with it, these Fiocchi rounds will feed your gun and give you some enjoyable range time. Shooters who have used this ammunition praise its feeding and ejecting and also say they enjoy its cleanliness, thanks to the enclosed base. Although Fiocchi’s headquarters are located in Italy, they have a plant in Ozark, Missouri, for manufacture and distribution in the U.S. With Fiocchi, you get the best of both worlds: Italian design and American manufacturing.