50 Rounds of 9mm Ammo by Speer - 124gr TMJ RN

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Ammo Overview

Quantity - 50 round per box
Manufacturer - Speer (Lawman brand)
Bullets - 124 grain total metal jacket (TMJ)
Casings - Boxer-primed brass

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Speer Lawman practice rounds make it easy and cost-effective to train with your Gold Dot jacketed hollow point load of choice. This particular 9mm Parabellum cartridge is engineered to mimic the ballistic properties of Speer’s 124 grain standard pressure Gold Dots, starting with a total metal jacket bullet of the same weight that achieves a muzzle velocity of 1,090 feet per second.

The TMJ plating encapsulates the 9mm Luger bullet’s lead core, reducing lead exposure risk and making it an ideal projectile for indoor use. Although TMJ plating is less expensive than a full metal jacket, it does come with the downside of making the round unsuitable for ported barrels.

Speer of Lewiston, Idaho is a major player in the personal defense market. Its Gold Dot JHP and companion Lawman practice ammunition enjoys a stellar reputation for performance and cost-effectiveness, traits that have endeared it to many law enforcement agencies and CCW holders around the country. Currently a division of Alliant Techsystems, Speer operates from its original headquarters in Lewiston, Idaho, where it was founded in 1944.

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Posted On: 9/12/2020 By: Gary LeStrange

A: This ammo is a great choice for training and target shooting with your handgun! The only caveat with TMJ bullets is that they're dangerous when fired through a ported barrel or ported recoil compensator – but your handgun hasn't got those if it's stock.

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