1000 Rounds of 185gr FMJ .45 ACP Ammo by Speer
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You’re a high-volume shooter with a hungry gun, and you want to feed it with high-quality rounds from an American company with a stellar reputation. You’d also like it if those rounds could duplicate the power of defense ammunition without the greater cost, and could they also have drastically reduced lead exposure? Oh, one more thing, make them reloadable – and high performance. Sounds like a pipe dream? Well, it’s not, because you’ve got Speer Lawman.
Speer Lawman is the renowned company Speer’s answer to not one but every one of those specifications. They’re specifically designed to mimic the recoil and energy of defense ammunition, but they’re target rounds, and they’re TMJ, so the lead bullet is totally encased. In addition they’re made for top-of-the-line ballistic performance and exceptional terminal capabilities; this is truly high-quality training ammunition. Speer certainly knows what they’re doing with 70 years of experience behind them, and it’s really no surprise considering the reputation of founder Vernon Speer. Vernon once invented a new airplane engine and simply hopped in and took off to prove its performance capabilities. The engine worked, and Vernon ended up turning that brilliance to ammunition.
These are reasonably light 185 grain rounds, so if your defense ammunition is a similar weight or you just want a slightly reduced recoil, these deliver. They’re TMJ designed for target practice, shooting drills, and plinking; the bullet is completely encased, even underneath – FMJ rounds are not – and that means a drastic reduction in lead particles released into the air. Speer manufactures this ammunition in fresh brass cases with boxer primer, so you can reload, making it an even greater deal. These rounds have fantastic muzzle velocity at 1050 feet per second and slam home with a muzzle energy of 453 foot-pounds. You get 1000 rounds in this case, so place your order and feed your .45; we know it’s hungry. The big guns always are.