- Manufacturer M.B.I.
- Condition Remanufactured
- Bullet Weight 165gr
- Projectile Type PFP
- Ammo Use Type Range Training
- Casing Type Brass
- Q & A
When it comes to high-volume shooting, there are a few things to keep in mind. There are records in the world of firearms proving some shooters fire as many as 4,000 to 5,000 rounds in a single day, but even if you don’t quite reach those levels, these can still apply to you. Recoil is the first and foremost issue in high-volume shooting; no matter how good you are or how amazing your gun is, eventually, it’s going to wear on you. And, speaking of wear, when you put serious numbers of rounds through a gun, it’s going to start showing. Some high-volume shooters find themselves replacing their gun’s barrel while others are just fine. When it comes to wear and tear, it really does depend on the quality of your gun. That said, don’t let anything stop you from functioning as a high-volume shooter.
In order to feed your favorite handgun a lot of ammunition, you have to order some. And in order to feed your gun without going broke, it helps if your chosen target rounds are competitively priced. Some shooters turn to reloads, and it is true you must be cautious who you trust to supply remanufactured rounds for your gun. M.B.I. has a stellar reputation for their remanufactured rounds: the once-fired brass cases are meticulously selected and all other components are brand new and come from reliable sources Hornady bullets and CCI primers. All of M.B.I.’s products are made in America to stringent standards.
These are medium-weight rounds at 165 grain. They’re FMJ, so they’re great for target practice, tactical training, and plinking; if you want to hone you marksmanship skills, this is the ammunition for you. Shooters who have used them say they’ve fired thousands of rounds without a single failure to feed or failure to eject. There are 1,000 remanufactured target rounds in sealed plastics bags in this box, and because they’re made with good quality once-fired brass cases and boxer primer, you can reload them, so you’ll have even more range time. Thanks to M.B.I., you can afford to be a real high-volume shooter, just remember, ice your trigger finger and monitor your gun’s parts.
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