The 9mm has been around for more than 100 years and over that time has not only maintained its popularity but increased it. During those years it’s been widely used in the law enforcement community as well as in the military, and today it’s become the most popular semi-auto self-defense caliber of all. That’s really not surprising given the fact the 9mm produces sufficient stopping power with minimal muzzle flip and manageable felt recoil, and it’s affordable, too. If you carry a 9mm for self-defense, you need to load your carry weapon with good quality defense rounds.
These 9mm rounds are 124 grain, making them quite lightweight for the cartridge. Being lighter weight means they move to reach out and touch your target with increased speed, and at this weight they’re still heavy enough to do damage on impact. These are Jacketed Hollow Point (JHP) rounds, meaning they produce controlled expansion on impact; the jackets allow for greater penetration than with standard HPs and also help prevent lead fouling in your gun’s barrel. These rounds have a muzzle velocity of 1120 feet per second and muzzle energy of 345 foot-pounds. This ammunition is meant for self-defense use.
There are 50 defense rounds in this single box of Federal ammunition. 50 rounds will keep your gun and spare mags loaded for personal protection purposes, but you’ll need to order extra boxes if you’d like to train using your chosen self-defense rounds. We highly recommend training with defense rounds because they produce more recoil and muzzle flip than target rounds, so the only way to know you’ll be capable of good shot placement in a self-defense scenario is by training with them. Federal manufactures this ammunition at their factory in Anoka, Minnesota, in fresh brass cases and boxer primer, so spent casings can be reloaded. If you’re serious about protecting yourself and your family, order now.
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