This cartridge’s bullet is nothing more than sophisticated than a full metal jacket, with the nonmagnetic copper alloy jacket and dense lead core it needs to provide reliable functionality and accuracy.
The bullet’s higher muzzle velocity produces a flatter trajectory, but it comes at the expense of more powerful recoil (though you may not personally note a difference). More importantly, a 9mm NATO cartridge produces higher chamber pressure than a standard pressure load. As such it is essential only to fire this ammunition in pistols or carbines that are rated for 9mm +P.
This factory fresh, non-corrosive, brass-cased and reloadable ammo makes a swell pick for training if you favor 9mm +P for self-defense and would like comparable performance at the range.
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