1000 Rounds of 115gr MC 9mm Ammo by Remington
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In the word of self-defense, speed and accuracy are of the utmost importance. One drill you can practice to improve both is the First Shot Drill, which involves honing your ability to get the first shot off not only the fastest but with proper placement. Standing facing your target, which should be a man-sized one, have your arms either loose at your sides or raised in surrender. Your gun should be holstered; your goal is to draw your gun, line up your sights, and get a shot off, in record time. It helps to have a friend with a timer and a buzzer, because that way you can draw and fire at the sound of the buzzer and they can tell you how fast you were. At first you’ll be slower than you might think and your accuracy is unlikely to be there. But with time and repetition you’ll be getting that first shot off faster and faster, and if a self-defense scenario was to arise, you’d be ready.
These are pretty lightweight 9mm rounds at 115 grain, which helps to keep the recoil manageable, and that’s good for high-volume training because it means your hands won’t tire out as fast. These are Metal Case rounds, which are Remington’s FMJ, and are a nice choice for target practice, shooting drills, and plinking. This ammunition is new-production, non-corrosive, brass-cased, boxer-primed, and reloadable. Each round leaves the barrel of your gun with fantastic speed at a muzzle velocity of 1135 feet per second and meets your target with a powerful impact at a muzzle energy of 329 foot-pounds. These are superior target rounds, and your gun will thank you for using them.
There are 1000 target rounds in this case of ammo. With that many rounds you can really hone your skills, practicing drills like the First Shot Drill until you can’t squeeze the trigger anymore. And, of course, you can also do some serious damage to some pop cans and random stationary targets. Remington makes all its ammunition right here in the U.S. at their plant in Lonoke, Arkansas, and all ammunition must meet their strict specifications. They’ve been in business since 1816, and in those centuries they have turned the manufacturing process into an art form. Not only is their ammunition made with quality materials, it’s made to superior specifications. Feed your 9mm with ammunition from one of the most venerable companies in the country. Order a case of Remington rounds today.