The Fiocchi Pistol and Revolver line of ammunition is among the top of the pack in the world of handguns. Fiocchi is well known for the quality of their components and attention to the finer details of ammo manufacturing. These 9mm (9x19 Luger) rounds have bullets that weigh 115 grains, and they are covered by a Complete Metal Jacket or CMJ. CMJ bullets have a jacket that encompasses the entire bullet instead of leaving the back part of the bullet open. These rounds use reloadable Boxer primed brass cases that are primed with small pistol primers and loaded with premium powder for reliable performance. Their muzzle velocity is roughly 1200 feet per second and their muzzle energy is about 368-foot pounds of force. These come boxed in packages of 50 rounds that are ready and waiting to be taken to the shooting club with you. Treat yourself to some Fiocchi 9mm CMJ rounds today!
In 1876 the Fiocchi company was born and began making ammunition for competitions and for hunters in Italy. Up until World War 2, the Fiocchi family made ammo of various types and for various purposes, although they lost their factory to the war machine of WW2. After the USA won the war, they began to rebuild and within a few years, they had one of the most modern ammunition manufacturing facilities in the world during the 1950-1960 period. Fast forward to now, and Fiocchi has a thriving ammo business in Italy and here in America.
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