Colt’s solid copper hollow point 9mm Luger ammo is a popular choice for defensive use and shooting at the range. The heavy-duty SCHP or solid copper hollow point bullet that is loaded into each Colt brass case is built to expand reliably on impact. Each 115-grain solid copper bullet resides at a specific depth in a new, heavy-wall, Boxer primed, non-corrosive, reloadable, brass case. The muzzle energy of these 9mm cartridges is impressive at 483-foot pounds, and the muzzle velocity is impressive too and races downrange at 1185-feet per second.
These 9x19 rounds come packed in the factory blue colored Colt 20 round box. When you need a good number of cartridges in reserve, these rounds are a great choice to stock up on. Take them with you on your range days with your family, to competitive events, for target shooting with family and friends. Stack them in your safe and armory today!
The 9x19mm (Also Known As: 9mm Luger, 9mm Parabellum, 9x19, 9mm, etc.) was designed and engineered by German firearms genius, Georg Luger. The 9mm Luger was brought to life in 1901, but the famous pistol round didn't see formal military service until 1902. The 9mm round would eventually cement its place with worldwide recognition by becoming the NATO standard handgun cartridge.
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