1000 Rounds of 115gr MC 9mm Nickel Plated Ammo by Remington
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You want to hone your marksmanship skills, so you hit the range on a regular basis. And during that range time, what do you do? There’s more to becoming a proficient shooter than just putting lead through paper targets over and over. There are a number of shooting drills you can do to more specifically improve, like the ready-up drill. To properly execute a ready-up drill, face your target and draw your handgun, squeezing the trigger the moment your front sight covers your intended target’s scoring area. Reholster, and repeat. The idea is to learn to make that first shot quickly and accurately, and to learn to trust your sights. With time, you’ll become faster and your accuracy will improve. And if you want to work on your ready-up drills or any other drills, you need ammo.
This 9mm ammunition is made by Remington. Remington was founded in 1816 by Eliphalet Remington after he designed and made his own flintlock rifle, won second place in a competition with it, and instantly received a mountain of orders. Eliphalet entered the gun business, and here we are, 200 years later, reaping the benefits of that long-ago decision to build a rifle. Two centuries is a long time to spend refining techniques and gaining experience and all that skill goes into the manufacture of this ammunition. Remington has six plants throughout the South and east coast; ammunition is made at their plant in Lonoke, Arkansas, and must meet strict standards.
At 115 grain these are fairly lightweight rounds, so they help to maintain the manageable recoil you expect from your 9mm. They’re Metal Case rounds, which are Remington’s version of Full Metal Jacket, and don’t expand on impact; this is target ammunition designed for target practice, shooting drills, and plinking. Each round zips down-range with a muzzle velocity of 1145 feet per second and punches through your target with a muzzle energy of 335 foot-pounds. These are new-production brass cases with boxer primer, so you can reload, and they’re nickel-plated so they can be easily seen in dim lighting and also resist corrosion. You get a whopping 1000 rounds in this case of ammunition. If you want to become a proficient shooter, get your order in right away.