This cartridge’s bullet weighs 115 grains. That means you’ll pay for less lead and copper than if you’d gone for a 124 or 147 grain bullet. It also means you’ll get a supersonic muzzle velocity, as well as ballistic performance that closely matches that of a 115 grain self-defense load.
But to be sure: This is not self-defense ammo, as the full metal jacket cannot begin expanding as it meets resistance from soft tissue. The FMJ is solely about converting your aim into a hole through the target. Browning’s FMJ is made of copper and lead – i.e. no steel that would have enabled it to attract a magnet.
This ammunition is made in America with reloadable brass cases, non-corrosive Boxer primers and low-residue propellant. Order it now and prepare to be floored by the speed of our shipping!
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