50 Rounds of 115gr FMJ 9mm Ammo by MFS
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One of the reasons the 9mm is popular is how easy it is to use. It’s capable of delivering decent knockdown power without the heavy recoil of larger calibers, and that manageable recoil makes it easier to shoot at length without wearing out your hands. It also makes accuracy easier, which in turn makes follow-up shots simpler to manage. And, of course, it’s more affordable; most large-caliber self-defense guns get pricey when it comes to range time, but the 9mm is actually quite reasonably priced. And since the only thing that’s going to hone your marksmanship is time at the range, it absolutely matters to be able to afford those range days. And with ammunition from MFS, you can not only afford it but buy extra.
These are lightweight 115 grain rounds; at this weight they’ll zip to your target in record time and punch a hole in it with a nice, solid impact. These are Full Metal Jacket rounds and as such do not expand on impact and are prone to over-penetration, just like all target rounds. When you go shooting, remember, know your target and what is beyond it – and have a reliable backstop. Each of these rounds leaves the barrel of your gun with a muzzle velocity of 1214 feet per second and hits with a muzzle energy of 376 foot-pounds. This steel-cased rounds are good for target practice, shooting drills, and those days all you want to do is punch holes in water jugs and pop cans.
This single box of ammunition contains 50 target rounds. They’re made by MFS, a Hungarian company based in Sirok and founded in 1952 under a different name, Matra Metal Works. There are countless drills you can do with your handgun when you get your order. If you carry your 9mm for personal protection you can do Pressure Drills, which involve incorporating push-ups, sit-ups, and sprints into your range time to mimic the raised heartrate and shaking muscles associated with an adrenaline dump. And if you want to be faster and more accurate with shot placement, try the Mozambique Drill, which involves putting two rounds to center mass and one to the head from a variety of distances and positions. Get your order in and now get to improving your marksmanship.