500 Rounds of 9mm NATO Ammo by Winchester - 124gr FMJ

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Quantity - 50 rounds per box; 10 boxes per case
Manufacturer - Winchester Nato mil-spec
Bullets - 124 grain Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
Casings - Boxer-primed brass


9mm NATO Ammo by Winchester - 124gr FMJ

Winchester's 9mm NATO (ball) ammunition rounds fit previous military specification standards and are recommended by the manufacturer for target shooting. The jacketed lead core allows for great accuracy with no expansion. Shot from a 4-inch barrel the initial velocity of the round at the muzzle is at 1,184 feet-per-second (fps) and reduces to 1,132 fps at 25 yards. The energy of the round at the muzzle is 387 foot-pounds (ft-lbs) and reduces to 352 ft-lbs.* The ammunition does contain lead and is not recommended for indoor ranges due to lead particle residue left in the environment after firing. Outdoor ranges are recommended for this type of ammunition to reduce lead exposure.

* Velocity of the projectile can be impacted by the condition and barrel length of the firearm and as a result can impact the resulting energy. Results shown may not be applicable to your particular firearm.

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Posted On: 12/19/2017 By: red rover

A: Hi Red, Winchester Ammunition is manufactured in Alton, Illinois. It is US Made ammunition.

Posted On: 9/12/2017 By: Ron

A: Great question. No, it is not +p ammo. However, it is loaded to NATO specifications which is generally a bit higher in pressure than SAAMI specification. Most modern 9mm firearms will have no trouble with it, but definitely check with the manufacturer of your particular firearm before using it.

Posted On: 10/12/2016 By: Luke

A: Hello Luke, This Winchester ammunition is loaded with a standard copper jacket, lead core projectile. There is no steel content in this ammunition and will have no issues passing a magnet test.

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