“What’s the point?” you might ask. Well, because the bullet’s lead core is inaccessible to hot propellant gasses, it produces virtually zero aerosolized lead throughout ignition. If you want to save time cleaning your firearm – especially its suppressor, which has a lot of surface area across all its baffles – then it’s hard to beat an FMJ encapsulated bullet.
You don’t need a suppressor to fire Winchester’s Super Suppressed 9mm ammo! But if you do have one, then you’ll appreciate how a heavyweight 147 grain bullet’s 990 fps muzzle velocity doesn’t give a suppressor very much noise to suppress in the first place. This clean-shooting ammo is brass-cased, nonmagnetic and reloadable.
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