Each 9x19mm round centers around a lightweight full metal jacket (FMJ) projectile with a round nose that glides up feed ramps with ease. With a 115-grain bullet weight, the load minimizes muzzle flip while producing a flat trajectory out to typical handgun distances. Each projectile is crimped into a non-reloadable aluminum case which is not only cheaper but stands out in your stash as a cheap training round. The case contains a clean-burning propellant which is ignited by a Boxer primer; this style of primer contains no corrosive elements that will mar your bore or negatively affect accuracy over time.
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Review by Murphdawg175
Posted On: 2/4/19 By: Ben Peckinpaugh