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1000 Rounds of 9mm Ammo by Magtech - 124gr FMC

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$244.00
4.8

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Quantity - 50 rounds per box, 20 boxes per case
Manufacturer - Magtech
Bullet - 124 grain full metal case (FMC)
Casing - Boxer-primed brass

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Posted On: 9/1/14 By: Eric

A: Hello Eric, These 124gr. FMC rounds by Magtech in 9mm have a muzzle velocity of 1109 fps. They make great target rounds in 9mm.

Posted On: 8/27/14 By: Ron G A

A: Hello Ron, These 124gr. FMC rounds by Magtech in 9mm have a muzzle velocity of 1109 fps and a muzzle energy of 339 ft.lbs. The 124gr. FMJ rounds by S&B in 9mm have a muzzle velocity of 1181 fps and a muzzle energy of 382 ft.lbs. The Magtech rounds are just slightly slower than the S&B rounds. S&B manufactures their ammo in the Czech Republic, and Magtech manufactures their rounds in Brazil. These Magtech rounds are great for target shooting and are excellent quality.

Posted On: 11/7/12 By: James

A: This brass is factory new and has not been remanufactured from once fired brass. There may be tarnishing and discoloration from the factory cleaning and annealing process to strengthen the brass during the manufacturing process. The lack of divits and wear marks on the extractor groove (located above the primer) will indicate that this brass is unfired.

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