FMJ or Full Metal Jacket bullets are sleekly rounded for smooth feeding, especially in older 1911s with narrow, steep feed ramps. Their non-expanding "ball" format makes these rounds an excellent choice for target practice, IDPA or USPSA matches, and testing new pistols during the break-in period. To add to their utility, 230-grain practice loads match a wide assortment of duty and defense loads, allowing shooters to get the most effective training out of their drills and range time. Federal Premium has been around since 1922 and is one of the biggest names in the shooting industry. Their Champion line of ammo is intended to make shooting a more accessible activity.
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