50 Rounds of 124gr FMJ 9mm Ammo by Winchester
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Winchester was founded in 1866 by Oliver Winchester, and it wasn’t long after their founding that they came out with the Gun That Won the West, a lever-action known for its superior performance and power. They’ve always been known as the company that got its start in the Wild West, and even today there’s a horse and rider logo emblazoned onto boxes of their ammunition as a reminder of that rich legacy. They didn’t start manufacturing ammunition until 1873, but it didn’t take long for production to build; by 1875 they were making more than a million rounds a day. Today they continue to produce high-quality ammunition, and just as generations of shooters before you have relied in Winchester to keep their guns fed, so should you.
These are fairly lightweight rounds at 124 grain and capable of reaching impressive speeds. Their lighter weight also means they won’t noticeably increase your recoil, so you can practice at greater length without tiring out your hands. This is FMJ ammunition specifically made for target practice, shooting drills, and those days you just want to punch holes in pop cans or destroy whatever stationary targets you’ve dragged to your favorite outdoor shooting spot. Each round moves fast with a muzzle velocity of 1185 feet per second and penetrates targets with muzzle energy of 387 foot-pounds. Winchester makes this ammunition in fresh brass cases with boxer primer so you can reload it, because they understand the importance of both quality and value.
There are 50 target rounds in this box of Winchester ammunition. All their ammunition is made with pride in America and must meet their strict standards before leaving the factory. Buy a couple boxes of this ammunition and spend some time at the range with your favorite 9mm handgun. Unless, of course, you have one of the 9mm Uzi’s, in which case you’ll be spending time slinging lead with your awesome Uzi. The 9mm has been an enormously popular round since the moment it first hit the market back in 1902, and it always will be. Happiness isn’t just a warm gun, it’s warm 9mm, so place your order, and heat up your gun!