50 Rounds of 100gr Frangible Disintegrator 9mm +P Ammo by Remington
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Remington was founded in 1816 by Eliphalet Remington after a flintlock rifle he designed and built won second place in a competition and onlookers wanted their own. Over the years Remington has gone through many changes, but one thing has remained the same: their reputation for excellence. Today Remington is the oldest, largest constantly-operating firearms and ammunition manufacturer in the United States, and their reputation precedes them. After 200 years of business that should come as no surprise, after all, generations of shooters have turned to their trademark green-and-white box when it comes time to load their guns.
Something else Remington is known for is innovation, and these Disintegrator rounds are an excellent example of their skills in that area. Those who use their handguns for home defense have factors to consider being just squeezing the trigger, and these rounds are made to address those factors. If you have an intruder in your home and fire your gun at them, and miss, where is that round going to go? Even the best defense rounds could blast right through dry wall or a cheap pressboard door and strike a family member. That’s where these rounds come in; they’re frangible, and they’re for your 9mm.
These are incredibly lightweight at just 100 grain, which is normal for a frangible round. They move fast, yes, but they’re lightweight because they’re made of mixture of tin and copper that’s pressed into bullet form. On impact against an assailant these rounds have a devastating effect, but if you miss and the round impacts your home’s walls or doors, the round disintegrates. In order to give these rounds extra speed and stopping power they’re +P, or overpressure, rounds. Each round has a muzzle velocity of 1300 feet per second and muzzle energy of 375 foot-pounds. You get 50 frangible rounds in this box; ammunition is made by Remington at their Lonoke, Arkansas, plant. If you use your 9mm for home defense, keep your gun ready with these Disintegrator defense rounds, because protecting your family should be your number one goal.
These are +P rounds, also known as overpressure rounds. Not all firearms are rated for the increased power of this ammunition. Please make sure your handgun is rated for use with +P rounds before using this ammunition; if in doubt, contact the manufacturer.