We’ve all heard it time and again: shot placement is everything. In a self-defense situation, your assailant will come to a halt much faster with a properly placed shot, and the only way to manage that is with practice. And while practicing with the average target round is cheaper than using defense rounds, it isn’t as accurate. After all, defense rounds produce more power than target rounds, meaning your shot placement won’t be the same with defense rounds as it is with target rounds. Fortunately, Speer understands the need for a more affordable way to get realistic practice, so they have Speer Lawman ammunition. Lawman rounds are designed to closely mimic Speer’s most popular defense rounds, Gold Dot, so you can train realistically at a lower price.
These Lawman rounds are for your 9mm and weigh 147 grain, making them fairly heavy for the cartridge size. At this weight they’re still light enough to move down-range at good speeds while heavy enough to pack a more solid punch – and create a bit more felt recoil and muzzle flip, which is important for realistic target practice. These are Total Metal Jacket (TMJ) rounds and do not expand on impact. Each round leaves the barrel of your gun with a muzzle velocity of 985 feet per second and muzzle energy of 317 foot-pounds. This ammunition is designed for target practice, self-defense drills, and plinking.
When you order this box of ammunition from Speer you get 1000 target rounds. That’s a fantastic number for dedicated training; you’ll have plenty of ammunition not only for honing shot placement and accuracy but also for working on shooting kneeling and prone. In fact, you’ll even have enough ammunition to spend some time having fun punching holes in pop cans and water jugs. And because Speer produces this ammunition in fresh brass cases with boxer primer, you can burn through the entire case, collect your spent casings, reload them, and get right back to the range. Speer manufactures ammunition at their factory in Lewiston, Idaho, according to high standards. To work on your self-defense skills, order now.
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