50 Rounds of 115gr FMJ 9mm Ammo by LVE
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“LVE” stands for Low Voltage Equipment; LVE is a part of the Novosibirisk Cartridge Plant in Russia, which was originally founded in 1939 and underwent a transformation in 2003. The LVE plant is one of the biggest ammunition suppliers in Russia. They use state-of-the-art technology to create their ammunition to ensure every round is truly precision-manufactured, and all products go through rigorous testing and strict quality control. LVE puts real work and years of experience into their ammunition, which is why branches of the military and law enforcement agencies all around the world rely on it for training purposes. Ammunition is manufactured at their longtime plant in Podolsk, Russia.
These are lightweight 115 grain rounds, so they’re capable of attaining higher speeds and also help to keep your recoil manageable. They’re FMJ rounds, so they don’t mushroom when they hit their target, and often over-penetrate, just like any other target round. This ammunition is specifically designed to fulfill your target practice, tactical training, and plinking needs. Each round flies down-range at an impressive velocity and puts a good-sized hole in your target. These rounds have steel cases which are copper-washed to decrease friction and berdan primed to ensure ignition.
There are 50 target rounds in this box of ammunition from LVE. With 50 rounds you can load a few mags and sling lead down-range for a bit, giving your 9mm a nice snack; the boxes are a great size for dropping in your range bag and also perfect for stacking in your gun safe for a rainy day. There are a variety of drills you can do to improve your marksmanship including practicing firing prone, drawing and firing, and Jeff Cooper’s famed Mozambique Drill. Every time you take your gun out to go shooting your marksmanship is affected, so keep that in mind even when you’re just out plinking for an afternoon. Hone your skills, improve your accuracy, and you’ll be a crack shot before you know it. But first, buy ammo.
(This ammunition is steel-cased. Some ranges do not allow rounds with steel cases, so make sure you double check before trying to use this ammunition at your area range.)