- Manufacturer Fiocchi Ammo
- Condition New
- Bullet Weight 147gr
- Projectile Type Why use a jacketed hollow point?
- Ammo Use Type Self Defense
- Casing Type Brass
- Quantity 1000
- Caliber 9mm ammo
- Manufacturer SKU 9APDHP
- Primer Type Berdan vs. Boxer Primers
- Muzzle Velocity (ft. per sec) 975
- Muzzle Energy (ft. pounds) 310
- Magnetic No
- UPC Barcode 762344860800
- Cost Per Round 32.0¢ per round
- Q & A
Looking for 9mm ammo to feed your guns? This 9mm Luger by Fiocchi is a part of their Shooting Dynamics line, which promises an excellent shooting experience, round after round.
This 9x19 ammo is boxer-primed, brass-cased, and comes in a 50-round box. With a 147 grain jacketed hollow point (JHP) projectile, these sub-sonic 9mm rounds are a little bit heavier than the 115 grain most pistol shooters call standard. While that extra weight means these rounds move slightly slower, with a muzzle velocity of about 975 feet per second, the additional weight also means they deliver an even more devastating blow when making impact with your target. This Fiocchi 9mm ammunition delivers a muzzle energy of 310 foot pounds and the (JHP) bullet ensures the projectile expands upon impact, to bring down your target.
Fiocchi can claim one of the most legendary traditions in the shooting industry. Family owned with a strong Italian heritage, the ammo manufacturer does have an American plant in Ozark, Missouri and a lot of its products are loaded domestically for American shooters. However, because of recent demand by American shooters, Fiocchi has also started to import ammunition and reloading components from their Italian plant as they work tirelessly to keep up with demand. A family owned company with a history dating back to 1876, Fiocchi is known as an ammo manufacturer that takes pride in its products so you can get the most of your training time or have great peace of mind when carrying their self defense rounds.
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- When will this ammo be available ,I have been trying to buy ammo for over a month and a half. what good is the second amendment if you cannot buy ammunition for your arms. Can you please notify me when available. Thanks. Posted On: 9/2/2020 By: Carlos Rincones
- I couldn't agree with you more Carlos. Personally, I love my job because I value nothing more than helping people exercise their God given right to keep and bear arms. This ammo drought has been as disheartening to me as it has been to everyone else. I promise we're doing all we can to get more 9mm ammo back in stock soon. And although we don't have a system in place to alert our customers when we have new ammo in stock, I hope you'll check in with us again soon to see how we can be of better service to you. I hear you, brother. We're all in this together.