250 Rounds of 230gr MC .45 ACP Ammo by Remington
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On the subject of the value of .45 caliber pistols, the indomitable Jeff Cooper once referred to a visit he made to audit the FBI academy when he took his 1911 with him: “I was told that I ought not to use my pistol in the training program because it was not fair. Maybe the first thing one should demand of his sidearm is that it be unfair.” Operators in the elite teams such as Delta Force, MARSOC, and the Navy SEALS agree with him; the majority of them believe in their .45 ACP handguns to the point of worship. It is, after all, the epitome of one-shot stopping power. If you want to stop something – or someone – in its tracks, this is the caliber for you.
This cartridge has been around since 1904, so when it came on the scene, Remington had already been around for some time, having been founded in 1816. What better combination than a nearly-200-year-old manufacturer and a more-than-100-year-old cartridge? These rounds are a hefty 230 grain, making them heavy and hard-hitting. Despite their weight, they aren’t slow: they have a muzzle velocity of 835 feet per second. And with a muzzle energy of 356 foot-pounds, you know they’re going to punch a nice hole through something. As MC rounds – which are basically FMJ – they’re meant to be used for target practice, tactical training, and plinking.
Fans of .45 ACP are also frequently fans of American-made products, and everything Remington produces is made in America. And these aren’t just good quality target rounds, either, you also get more for your money. The cases are fresh brass and boxer-primed, so they’re reloadable, and they’re non-corrosive, so they’re better for your gun. And just as Jeff Cooper always took training seriously, you should, too, which is why there are 250 rounds in this box. Your gun will eat those up and sling them down-range in no time, so order now, and make your marksmanship skills so advanced that your gun isn’t the only thing that’s unfair.