Each of these rounds finds its base in a factory-rolled brass casing that can be deprimed, cleaned, and reloaded after firing. The case has a clean-sparking Boxer primer attached at its bottom and a round nose full metal jacket (FMJ) bullet at its top. The FMJ weighs in at 115 grains and shares commonality with numerous practice loads as well as some JHP options for CCW use; this will help a shooter build a relationship with consistent rhythm and sight reacquisition. The copper-jacketed FMJ is suitable for all sorts of range work, plinking, and club-level IDPA or Steel Challenge matches.
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