Rifles chambered in 5.56x45mm are being used for home defense on an increasing basis, and if that’s why you have one, you need to make sure you have the skills necessary to use it. Some shooters believe the type of ammunition they train with doesn’t matter, but it does. Not only do you want to use good quality ammunition, you need to consider how it will perform as compared to the defense rounds you intend to use. Follow-up shot placement depends heavily on training, after all. Speer created these Lawman rounds for just that purpose: realistic training.
Speer Lawman rounds are designed to perform in a manner similar to defense rounds, specifically like Speer’s own Gold Dot line. That means felt recoil should closely mimic that of a defense round of the same weight, but at a lower price. That way you can get in more extensive training time without breaking the bank. And because these rounds are manufactured in virgin brass cases with boxer primer, they can be reloaded, allowing for even more range time. Don’t leave things up to chance. Take the time to train, and make sure you do it right – and with the right ammunition.
These are lightweight 55 grain rounds, so they’re going to fly down-range at incredible speeds. They’re FMJ rounds and don’t expand on impact, and, as with all target rounds, are prone to over-penetration. Rifle rounds can travel for miles without stopping, so make sure you have a good, solid backstop in place during range time. Each of these rounds leaves the barrel of your rifle with incredible speed and impacts targets with enormous energy. There are 20 target rounds in this single box, which is just enough to get you started. Speer manufactures ammunition at their plant in Lewiston, Idaho. Order now, and make sure you’re ready when the time comes.
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