1000 Rounds of 9mm Ammo by Federal - 115gr JHP

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Ammo Overview

Quantity - 50 rounds per box; 20 boxes per case
Manufacturer - Federal
Bullet - 115 grain jacketed hollow-point (JHP)
Casing - Boxer-primed brass


This 9mm ammo by Federal was created for law-enforcement and is available to the public due to a government contract overrun. Each 9mm round is loaded with a 115 grain JHP bullet. This light weight results in a fast bullet with muzzle velocity of 1225 feet per second.

This JHP bullet may not have all of the advanced technologies of Federal's HST line, but it has proven to be an effective round for self-defense and is used by many law-enforcement agencies around the country.

Federal has created a high quality, but still affordable round with this 9mm ammo. You can trust this ammo for self-defense, but it is also affordable enough that you can take it to the range for some practice sessions without breaking the bank.

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Posted On: 12/13/2016 By: James

A: Hello James, This ammunition is loaded with a lead core, copper jacketed projectile. The ammunition contains no steel and will have no issues passing a magnet test.

Posted On: 7/16/2015 By: folkrober

A: Hello! Federal lists this ammunition as having a muzzle velocity of 1180 fps with a muzzle energy of 358 ft. lbs.

Posted On: 10/21/2011 By: jeff barber

A: "Full Metal Jacket" refers to the thick copper covering, or jacket, over the lead core of the projectile. FMJ ammo normally has an exposed lead base, where the lead was inserted. This base is inside the cartridge case and is not visible unless a fired (or pulled) bullet is being inspected. An advantage of the jacketed bullet design is that it allows bullets to be fired at high velocity without disintegrating. It also reduces fouling in the barrel. Jacketed hollow point (JHP) ammunition has the same benefits, but also provides expansion in soft tissue, and reduces overall penetration. In some cases, JHP ammo may be more accurate than FMJ ammo.

Posted On: 10/21/2011 By: Cheryl

A: Many common handguns fire 9mm ammo. This type of ammo is referred to as 9mm, 9mm Luger, 9mm Parabellum, 9mm NATO or 9x19mm. It is not to be confused with 9mm Short/9x17mm/9mm Browning, which is also known as .380 Auto. Both calibers are available with brass and steel cases. Brass cases are reloadable and have a higher residual value, while steel cases are generally cheaper to buy, but cannot be reloaded (reused by a shooter with the proper equipment to reload a bullet, gunpowder, and primer into a fired case).

Posted On: 10/21/2011 By: GEORGE

A: This Federal ammo uses brass cases.

Posted On: 10/21/2011 By: Michael

A: Yes, this Federal 9mm brass is reloadable.

Posted On: 10/21/2011 By: Gary

A: Unlike food items, ammo has no set shelf life. If stored properly, it should last for many years.

Posted On: 10/21/2011 By: Michael

A: JHP (jacketed hollow point) bullets have an opening at the front of the bullet that promotes accuracy and expansion in soft tissue or other fluid mediums. Full metal jacket (FMJ) bullets feature a copper jacket over the entire front and sides of the bullet, and are designed with economical manufacture in mind. JHP bullets are a little more complicated to make than FMJ, and are suitable for more purposes than FMJ, which is essentially limited to range use.

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