50 Rounds of 230gr MC .45 ACP Nickel Plated Ammo by Remington
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The .45 ACP was created in 1904 in response to the U.S. Cavalry’s need for a far more powerful round for our soldiers in combat. During the Moro Rebellion, the crazed charges of the warriors proved to be almost impossible to stop using the guns Cavalry members had at the time, and when it was over, they were immediately looking for something stronger. Extensive testing took place, including the now-famous and hotly debated Thomspon-LaGarde Test, and in the end there was a clear winner (and a brand new cartridge): .45 ACP. The .45 ACP delivers one-shot stopping power with a surprisingly manageable recoil and today is the favorite of Navy SEALs, Delta Force operators, and members of MARSOC.
It’s nice to load your .45 ACP with heavy rounds like these 230 grain ones because they’re capable of serious knockdown power. These are Metal Case rounds, which are Remington’s version of FMJ, so they don’t expand and are meant simply for the range. This ammunition is ideal for target practice, shooting drills, self-defense training, and those times punching holes in pop cans is all you want to do. Each round has a muzzle velocity of 835 feet per second and muzzle energy of 356 foot-pounds. This is new-production brass-cased ammunition with boxer primer, so after you fire through the box, police your brass and reload.
You get 50 target rounds in this single box of high-quality ammunition. It’s made by Remington, a venerable company that was founded in 1816 by a young Eliphalet Remington when he decided he wanted to build a better gun. He did it, using his own design and his father’s forge, and Eliphalet Remington and Sons was born. 200 years later Remington has become a giant in the industry, and their stellar reputation is more than well-deserved. Remington ammunition is made at their plant in Lonoke, Arkansas. If you want to feed your .45 ACP, give it some American-made rounds from a company who not only knows what they’re doing, they take pride in it.