1350 Rounds of 9mm Ammo by LVE - 115gr FMJ

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Quantity - 50 rounds per box; 27 boxes per case
Manufacturer - LVE
Bullets - 115 grain full metal jacket (FMJ)
Casings - Copper washed, Berdan-primed steel


LVE stands for Low-Voltage Equipment Co and is manufactured out of their Podolsk plant in Russia. Although not very well heard of, this company has actually been making small arms ammunition for more than 50 years. Even as far back as WWII, LVE supplied the Russian Army and other clients in over 50 countries with high quality, reliable ammo in several different calibers.

Founded in 1939, the LVE Company underwent a transformation in 2003 which has made them one of the largest suppliers in in Russia. They began using state-of-the-art technology and put strict quality control in place ensuring every round is tested and precision manufactured. Their rigorous testing has made them a training favorite of military and law enforcement worldwide.

This newly manufactured ammunition has a bi-metal jacket and bi-metal casing. The 115gr projectile has a lead core surrounded by a non-corrosive copper washed steel. The bi-metal cover on this round allows affordable ammunition without corrosion. There is no need for lacquer or polymer coat on these rounds. As it is steel based, please check with your range before using this type of ammo.

Berdan primed, and non-corrosive copper washed. These 115gr FMJs are specifically designed to get you practicing out on the range. Due to its light weight, these rounds fly down range with an impressive velocity of 1130 FPS. These rounds are not reloadable due to the composition of the casings.

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