1000 Rounds of .45 ACP Ammo by Speer Lawman Clean-Fire - 230gr TMJ

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Ammo Overview

Ammo Quantity - 1,000 rounds per case; 50 rounds per box
Ammo Manufacturer - Speer
Projectiles - 230 grain total metal jacket (TMJ)
Ammo Casings - Boxer-primed brass
Muzzle Velocity - 845 fps
Muzzle Energy - 365 ft lbs


You don’t want to be a good shooter. You want to be a great shooter. Unfortunately, the copious amount of practice it takes to perfect your marksmanship will expose you to a lot of lead and other heavy metals that are far from good for your health. But when you choose to train with Speer Lawman Clean-Fire ammunition, you’ll be keeping your lungs a lot safer!

This 45 ACP cartridge features Speer’s 230 grain total metal jacket projectile. The TMJ’s jacket totally encapsulates its solid lead core, which prohibits ignition from evaporating any of the toxic metal. Loaded to a muzzle velocity of 845 fps, this round closely mimics the recoil and ballistic performance of comparable self-defense cartridges.

This cartridge also features Speer’s proprietary Clean-Fire primer. It utilizes neither lead, antimony nor barium while providing surefire ignition, so you can keep the air surrounding you even more pure after you’ve pulled the trigger. This ammo’s bullets and primers may be special, but its new brass cases are otherwise normal and reloadable. A must for shooters who spend a lot of time in indoor ranges!

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Posted On: 11/16/2021 By: Kent

A: Hello again Kent! I'm nearly certain this ammo is loaded with small primers. I've sent a note to Speer for the definitive answer, which I'll add to this comment once I have it.

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