Many shooters approach self-defense training just like they would any other day at the range by using target rounds to punch holes in paper. But when it comes to training for what could one day be a life-or-death scenario, your standard range time just doesn’t cut it. In addition to the fact that there are a number of specific drills and exercises you can do to improve your chances of surviving an attack there’s the fact that what kind of ammunition you use matters. Defense rounds produce more power than target rounds, and while that means training with defense rounds is often the best way to go for realism, it isn’t necessarily the only way. You see, Speer understands the importance of realistic training, so they came up with Speer Lawman.
Speer Lawman rounds are designed to replicate Speer Gold Dot defense rounds. Everything about them was created to mirror the more costly defense ammunition from the propellants to their weight, because creating a realistic training experience can literally be a matter of saving a life down the road. And although Lawman was made to specifically mirror Gold Dot, they also make good training rounds in general. After all, what other company produces target rounds that are made to replicate the feel of defense rounds? If you want your training to count, you want Speer Lawman.
These Speer Lawman rounds are made for your 9mm. They’re fairly lightweight at 124 grain, so they’re going to move towards your target with good speed, but they’re still heavy enough to pack a punch. This is Total Metal Jacket, or TMJ, ammunition, which does not expand on impact and behaves like FMJ ammunition, but the bullet is totally encased so there isn’t any lead released into the air when you fire your gun. Each round has a muzzle velocity of 1090 feet per second and muzzle energy of 327 foot-pounds. There are 1000 target rounds in this case; ammunition is manufactured at Speer’s factory in Lewiston, Idaho. If you want your training to be as realistic as possible, you want Speer Lawman. Order now and get to work becoming the best self-defense shooter you can be.
Review by Trigger Rick
Good stuff! (Posted on 3/8/15)
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Review by Dremple
I can tell a difference in some brands, especially at range and when throwing down multiples of 100. No hangs, no misfires no problems...and that is what matters to me when its all said and done. (Posted on 2/5/15)
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