1000 Rounds of 9mm Ammo by Ammo Inc. - 124gr TMJ

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Ammo Quantity - 1,000 rounds per case; 50 rounds per box
Ammo Manufacturer - Ammo Inc.
Projectiles - 124 grain total metal jacket (TMJ)
Ammo Casings - Boxer-primed brass
Muzzle Velocity - 1,017 fps
Muzzle Energy - 285 ft lbs


Cleaning your 9mm firearm isn’t the worst way to spend your time, but there are other things you would probably rather be doing. Ammo Inc. loads this ammo in the USA to cut down on the fouling that weakens accuracy over the course of a range session!

This cartridge’s 124 grain TMJ bullet is just like an FMJ but with one key difference: Its base is fully jacketed as well. This makes the TMJ’s core inaccessible to scorching propellant gasses, so ignition cannot produce lead fouling (with the exception of trace amounts of lead in the primer). The TMJ helps to keep the air you breathe cleaner for the same reason. And because this ammo is subsonic, it’s a great choice for keeping your suppressor cleaner as well!

Ammo Inc.’s signature 9mm features their Hyperclean Technology. It’s essentially propellant that is formulated to burn up completely so it produces less residue. Premium brass cases and Boxer primers make this go-to range ammo reloadable, and it’s also nonmagnetic to boot.

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Posted On: 10/12/2023 By: RANDALL TAYLOR

A: Thanks for reaching out Randall! Ammo Inc. reports that this round's muzzle velocity is 1,017 fps, which is more than 100 fps lower than the speed of sound. They may not indicate it on the box, but this ammo is indeed subsonic.

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