1000 Rounds of 9mm Ammo by Remington Range - 115gr FMJ

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Ammo Quantity - 1,000 rounds per case; 250 rounds per box
Ammo Manufacturer - Remington
Projectiles - 115 grain full metal jacket (FMJ)
Ammo Casings - Boxer-primed brass
Muzzle Velocity - 1,145 fps
Muzzle Energy - 335 ft lbs


“Rome wasn’t built in a day.” That’s a strange expression. Tinmouth, VT wasn’t built in a day, either, but you don’t hear Tinmouthians bragging about it.

But we understand the sentiment. It takes time to develop anything worthwhile – marksmanship skills included. That’s why any 9mm firearm owner can get down with this 1,000-round case of ammo by Remington. Their Range label loads are packaged 250 to a box, so you only have to open one box during your entire range session. (Or two. Or three.)

This is your standard target shooter’s cartridge. Its 115 grain bullet and just barely supersonic muzzle velocity won’t pound you with excessive recoil impulse. The FMJ’s hard jacket serves to prevent feeding jams before it goes on to prevent lead fouling, and it’s 100% nonmagnetic.

Are you a handloader? How would you like to have 1,000 American-made reloadable brass cases? Then all you have to do is fire all of this non-corrosive Boxer-primed ammo!

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Posted On: 5/23/2023 By: B. Reich

A: Thanks for reaching out! FMJ bullets are rarely jacketed with pure copper. They aren't jacketed with brass (~60% copper) very often either. Most FMJs are jacketed with bronze (~88% copper) or gilding metal (95% copper). I believe these bullets are jacketed with gilding metal, although I would have to ask Remington to confirm.

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