500 Rounds of .45 GAP Ammo by Remington UMC - 230gr FMJ

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Ammo Quantity - 500 rounds per case; 50 rounds per box
Ammo Manufacturer - Remington
Projectiles - 230 grain full metal jacket (FMJ)
Ammo Casings - Boxer-primed brass


Got a Glock 37, 38, or 39 that you’d like to master over at the range? Then this case of ammo by Remington’s UMC division is perfect to get you there. These rounds are loaded with their caliber’s heaviest 230 grain projectile, and accordingly perform comparably to the more common 45 ACP.

This is a training round at heart, with a full metal jacket bullet that forgoes more damaging terminal performance in favor of affordability, smooth feeding, and limited barrel fouling. The bullet is cleanly seated on the rim of a new brass casing, one which is drawn to exacting dimensions to support unimpaired feeding and extraction and is strong enough to endure repeated reloadings. The modern round’s non-corrosive primer and clean burning propellant take good care of the pistol they’re ignited in.

You won’t find UMC’s brand on a great variety of cartridges, but therein lies their value: By focusing on producing a select range of popular loads, UMC is better able to focus on delivering what shooters want without jacking up their price tags.

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Posted On: 2/8/2012 By: Danny Kludt

A: Currently, there are two types of .45 caliber cartridges used in commonly available, new production handguns. They are the .45 ACP (also known as .45 Auto) and the .45 GAP. .45 ACP has been in use for over 100 years and is what the vast majority of .45 caliber pistols are chambered for. .45 GAP was designed by Glock as a cartridge that could be used in a shorter magazine, and thus a smaller frame, while still offering a .45 caliber bullet and decent velocities that could be compared to some .45 ACP loads. The two cartridges are not interchangeable and you should only buy the cartridge type that your firearm has stamped on its barrel.

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