50 Rounds of 115gr FMJ 9mm Ammo by Sellier & Bellot
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Sellier&Bellot is a Czech company founded in 1825 and is an ISO 9001-certified company as well as a part of one of the largest ammunition manufacturing companies in the world. They were acquired by CBC in Brazil, which also owns Magtech, in 2009, and their global reach has only expanded. Many shooters look for the familiar green-and-white box on the shelf of their local gun store when they’re shopping for target rounds because the ammunition feeds reliably and doesn’t overly dirty guns. And, of course, it’s affordable, also, which is a large bonus. There’s a good reason Sellier&Bellot has been around for almost 200 years.
9mm is a popular round and has a loyal following in law enforcement and the military as well as in the civilian world. The US Army recently ordered a new shipment of thousands of M9’s, proving they’re likely to continue on with the 9mm for years to come, and there are police departments all over who prefer 9mm over larger calibers. Many enjoy the larger mag capacities and new and seasoned shooters alike appreciate the lower recoil. These are FMJ rounds, making them a good fit for target practice and plinking. Shot placement is of the utmost importance no matter what caliber you prefer, and in order to become a skilled marksman, you must practice, which is why you want FMJ rounds.
At 115 grain these are lightweight rounds, but they still pack the same punch 9mm aficionado’s have come to expect. They have a muzzle velocity of 1,280 feet per second, so when you choose your target, your round is going to get there in a hurry. And with a muzzle energy of 418 foot-pounds these rounds will certainly tear a hole through your practice targets. There are 50 rounds in this box so you can take some time out to put a few rounds down-range. Want the full case? Check out the 1,000 round package of 9mm by S&B here. These rounds are fresh brass, boxer-primed cases, so you can reload. If you want to get some practice in, you should try Sellier&Bellot.