- Manufacturer M.B.I.
- Condition Remanufactured
- Bullet Weight 115gr
- Projectile Type TMJ
- Ammo Use Type Range Training
- Casing Type Brass
- Q & A
A surprising number of 3-gun shooters soon learn the merits of reloading. Some do it themselves while others rely on others – friends and manufacturers – to supply the more affordable ammunition. But one thing is for sure: reloading must be done carefully both for your safety and the life of your guns. If you don’t buy from an established company with high standards the result can be catastrophic weapons failure. Because of that need for the utmost care, reliable companies such as M.B.I. – Military Ballistic Industries – are who you should rely on for your remanufactured ammunition.
M.B.I. has a stellar reputation and all their ammunition is manufactured with pride in the United States. Each and every once-fired brass case is selected with care and put through a chemical cleansing process before being re-calibrated by an electronic press – and the casings are re-primed and re-charged with care as well. All other components are new and come from such renowned companies as Hornady and CCI. And because M.B.I. takes such care with the production of these remanufactured rounds, using brass cases and boxer primer, you can reload them yourself after firing.
These 9mm rounds are 115 grain, making them lightweight and capable of impressive speed. They’re FMJ rounds best for target practice, tactical training, and plinking, so if you have training to do – and what shooter doesn’t – these rounds will fulfill your needs nicely, and at a reasonable price. They fly from the barrel of your 9mm with a muzzle velocity of 1,140 feet per second and hit your target with a muzzle energy of 332 foot-pounds. You get 1,000 rounds with this order, packaged in sealed plastic bags. If you’re a serious shooter and want to build up your stash or spend some focused time training, this M.B.I. ammunition will suit you just fine.
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