Each round is assembled using a reloadable Brass casing which has a non-corrosive Boxer primer installed at its bottom. The case is filled with clean-burning, extruded propellant and crimped to a full metal jacket (FMJ) bullet. The FMJ is rounded for smooth feeding and weighs in at 115 grains; this is a common weight for the 9mm Luger caliber and matches numerous practice options as well as some loads meant for duty or personal protection.
Review by Ricardo Mata
I did notice it tends to be a bit dirtier than other similarly-priced ammunition but, despite that minor detail, I intend to continue using it and would recommend it without any hesitation. (Posted on 2/27/18)
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