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1000 Rounds of 9mm Ammo by Sellier & Bellot - 115gr FMJ

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Quantity - 50 rounds per box; 20 boxes per case
Manufacturer - Sellier & Bellot
Bullet - 115 grain full metal jacket (FMJ)
Casing - Boxer-primed brass, reloadable
Velocity - 1279 fps
Energy - 420 ft-lbs

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Sellier and Bellot has been producing cartridge ammunition since 1825. Today they produce ammunition using high quality components which is used by hunters, competition shooters, law enforcement agencies and militaries around the world.

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Posted On: 1/26/15 By: Brian P.

A: Hello Brian, The Sellier and Bellot ammunition features a copper jacket with a lead core.

Posted On: 11/1/13 By: Deli28

A: You're correct in that Sellier & Bellot's 9mm ammo would be a great choice for your new S&W Model 59 --- Congrats on a great purchase, by the way! You might also consider PMC's 9mm rounds as they are another cost-effective option for range use with brass casings. As a general rule of thumb, most shooters concerned about wear-and-tear on their firearms prefer to shoot brass cased ammo over steel cased --- but, everyone has their own tastes and opinions so be sure you're doing what you feel most comfortable with. Oh, and go 'Hawks! :)

Posted On: 12/26/12 By: Jim

A: We have found this 9mm ammo from Sellier & Bellot to work well in all modern pistols and carbines chambered for pistol rounds. The rounds are loaded with S&Bs premium ammunition components that are non corrosive.

Posted On: 7/5/12 By: Oleg

A: Sellier & Bellot used to include a primer seal coating on all of their products. Currently they are only coating their "police" line of ammunition. This item will not include a primer sealant.

Posted On: 3/25/12 By: ERNEST TILLMAN

A: Yes, that is the manufacturer product number for this ammunition. Sellier & Bellot 9mm is quite accurate.

Posted On: 3/23/12 By: Jim DiLullo

A: Sellier & Bellot ammo has been loaded in the Czech Republic since 1825.

Posted On: 2/3/12 By: Bill

A: S&B bullet jackets are made of copper or brass. Brass is made of copper and zinc, and is what the cartridge cases are made from. If S&B uses more zinc in the jacket, it will appear more like brass and less like a traditional copper jacket. Both types of jacket will provide reliable and accurate performance.

Posted On: 10/20/11 By: Jack

A: No, we have not received any negative feedback about S&B 9mm ammo in Ruger SR9c pistols.

Posted On: 10/9/11 By: Bob

A: Yes, you will have to clean the primer pockets prior to reloading this brass.

Posted On: 6/21/11 By: Joe

A: The red coloration around the primer pocket on Sellier & Bellot's 9mm ammunition is the color of the sealant used. The sealant applied to the primer pocket reduces potential contamination from moisture and humidity helping to increase the shelf life of this product.

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