50 Rounds of 230gr FMJ .45 ACP Ammo by Speer
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You carry a .45 because you’re serious about self-defense, and you practice extensively because you take firearms seriously overall. These FMJ rounds are ideal for target practice, tactical training, and even plinking, and they carry the Speer name. When Vernon Speer founded Speer in 1944 in Lewiston, Idaho, he wanted to make sure the ammunition his company produced would always meet certain high standards. After all, this was the same man who, at the age of 21, had designed a new airplane engine and simply taken it airborne to silence naysayers. Vernon Speer understood the value of ingenuity and quality, and both those factors went into these Speer Lawman rounds.
Speer Lawman FMJ rounds are meant for training, and Speer takes care to produce them to stringent standards while maintaining reasonable prices. They’re made with fresh brass, boxer-primed cases, so they can be reloaded, and they utilize only clean-burning propellants and renowned CCI primers. All of Speer’s products are made under the watchful eyes of the Speer team right by the banks of the Snake River, and when you rely on Speer Lawman for your training needs, you can be sure you’re getting an experience designed to duplicate training with the company’s higher-priced defense rounds. Many Lawman products even use bullets similarly weighted to the company’s defense Gold Dots rounds to make your training as realistic as possible.
These are moderately heavy at 230 grain, which means they’ll make a solid impact. They have a muzzle velocity of 830 feet per second and a muzzle energy of 352 foot-pounds. There are just 50 target rounds in this box, though, so you may want to consider ordering more than one. In order to hone your marksmanship skills to the greatest possible extent, you need ammunition designed to duplicate the rounds you’d use for self-defense, and that means using Speer Lawman. There’s no need to hesitate when ordering these American-made rounds. Just place your order for one (or five) boxes, and when they arrive, get to training. After all, practice truly does make perfect.