Originally, the 9mm Luger or 9x19mm (Many shooters also know it as: 9mm Parabellum, 9x19, 9mm, etc.) was conceived by Georg Luger, a famous German firearms expert. In 1901 the 9mm Luger was designed by Georg, and then brought to life, although the famous handgun round we all know now didn't start military trials and subsequent service until the 1902. The 9x19 Luger round would eventually rise up and solidify its niche by becoming the standard NATO handgun cartridge carried by all NATO Allied countries and even the U.S. Military.
These hard-hitting Remington Golden Saber Bonded +P 9mm rounds are 124 grain and feature the usual JHP (Jacketed Hollow Point), brass-enclosed, segmented tip, lead core design. They’re loaded in new, reloadable, non-corrosive, Boxer primed, high polished, nickel plated, yellow brass cases. The Remington cartridges are made in the USA and come packed tight in 10 boxes of 50 rounds, so you can take one box to the range, or multiple boxes for a training day. Pick yourself up a couple of these cases, and you will have enough self-defense ammo to go practice the techniques you have been learning, take out your friends for some shooting, or try out a new competition. Get some Golden Saber +P 9mm loads now and get ready for days of fun.
Review by Daniel Boon
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