250 Rounds of 115gr MC 9mm Nickel Plated Ammo by Remington
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The 9mm has been a vastly popular caliber almost since the moment of its creation in 1901. For more than 100 years it’s enjoyed extensive use by various law enforcement agencies and many branches of the military, and, of course, it just might be the single most popular caliber for self-defense. It’s a popular caliber in large part due to its manageable recoil and fine accuracy combined with its ability to deliver good stopping power, and then there’s the fact that 9mm mags have a larger capacity than larger caliber mags. If you have a 9mm, odds are you want to put more than a few rounds down-range with your preferred handgun.
At 115 grain these are fairly lightweight for the caliber. This is Metal Case ammunition designed specifically for target practice, shooting drills, and those days you just want to sling lead down-range at your favorite outdoor shooting spot. Each round moves down-range with a muzzle velocity of 1145 feet per second and punches through targets with a muzzle energy of 335 foot-pounds. Remington manufactures these rounds in fresh brass cases with boxer primer, and that means you can reload them, making this an even better deal. They also nickel-plate each round so they’re easier to see in dim lighting and resist corrosion, plus these are non-corrosive rounds so they don’t produce excessive friction in your gun’s barrel.
When you place your order for this box of target ammunition, you get 250 rounds. That’s 250 opportunities to punch holes in paper, or whatever your chosen target may be, and even more rounds than that if you reload. Remington manufactures this ammunition at their plant in Lonoke, Arkansas. For almost 200 years Remington has been making firearms and ammunition right here in the United States, and all that experience and skill goes into these 9mm rounds. There’s a reason generations of dedicated shooters have trusted Remington with their shooting needs; if you haven’t reached for the green-and-white box yet, maybe it’s time you did. Buy quality, American-made ammunition; buy Remington.