- Manufacturer Hornady
- Condition New
- Bullet Weight 124gr
- Projectile Type Polymer Tipped
- Ammo Use Type Self Defense
- Casing Type Nickel-Plated Brass
- Quantity 250
- Caliber 9mm
- Manufacturer SKU 90248
- Primer Type Boxer
- Muzzle Velocity (ft. per sec) 1090
- Muzzle Energy (ft. pounds) 339
- UPC Barcode 90255902488
- Cost Per Round $1.22 per round
- Q & A
9mm ammunition that’s ready for hours of range training so you’re ready when it matters most.
In self-defense training there are countless – practically endless – shooting drills to master. Some are more useful than others, of course, and some are more commonly practiced. One drill used by many longtime instructors and self-defense shooters is the Mozambique. The Mozambique is a drill originally fine-tuned and presented by the late Col. Jeff Cooper. It involves making two shots to center mass followed by a single head shot against an assailant. There are many ways to practice the drill but the gist remains the same: learn to make those three shots in quick, accurate succession.
In order to train realistically you should be training with the ammunition you load your daily carry weapon with. Although it’s normal and understandable to do a large amount of your training using target rounds, a certain portion should be undertaken using defense rounds. Defense rounds produce more recoil than target rounds, so the only way to ensure your ability to make accurate shots, let alone good follow-up shots, is through realistic practice. That’s where a 250-round box like this one from Hornady comes in.
At 124 grain these are lightweight rounds, which means they’ll travel down-range at higher speeds. These are Hornady TAP rounds, so they begin to expand on impact, slowing down as they mushroom to create a deep, devastating wound cavity. Each round has a muzzle velocity of 1100 feet per second and muzzle energy of 339 foot-pounds. This is serious self-defense ammunition utilized by many law enforcement agencies all around the country. Hornady uses propellants that produce less muzzle flash in order to preserve night vision and nickel-plated brass cases for better visibility in dim lighting for these TAP rounds, because Hornady understands the value of quality defense rounds. Manufacturing takes place at Hornady’s factory in Grand Island, Nebraska. Order now, and get serious about your training.
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