25 Rounds of 9mm Ammo by Hornady - 115gr JHP

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Quantity - 25 rounds per box
Manufacturer - Hornady
Bullets - 115 grain Flex Tip jacketed hollow point (JHP FTX)
Casings - Boxer-primed brass


Hornady is temporarily loading this ammo with non-plated brass cases due to the current unavailability of nickel.

This standard pressure load from Hornady’s Critical Defense line in the popular 9mm Luger cartridge is an excellent choice for your concealed carry firearm. Ideal for use in the Glock 19, Sig P938, or 9mm Parabellum variants of the Springfield XD, these rounds use a 115 grain version of Hornady’s new FTX jacketed hollow point and achieve muzzle velocities of 1140 feet per second. These rounds use low-flash propellants for effective nighttime use.

Hornady Flex Tip bullets use a polymer tipped-hollow point that flies true, feeds reliably (even in tubular magazines), and delivers controlled expansion in the target.  They are used in a wide variety of Hornady product lines for hunting and self-defense.

Hornady is a manufacturer of high-end hunting and personal defense hollow points. Founded in 1949, the company entered the loaded ammo market in the 1980s and quickly gained market share due to the quality of its bullet designs and the consistency of its components. The company is led by Steve Hornady, son of founder J.W. Hornady, and produces all of its ammo at its Grand Island, Nebraska headquarters and factory.

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Posted On: 10/21/2011 By: Matt

A: No, there are no problems. Cases are either brass, aluminum, or steel. These nickel plated brass cases will not cause any problems; if anything, they are an improvement over standard brass cases.

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