”Ten rounds through one hole” was Joyce Hornady’s motto, and his words not only referred to his expectations for the performance of his ammunition but also referred to the importance of shot placement. It’s all too easy to get wrapped up in debates about caliber and stopping power or lack thereof, but the reality is that shot placement makes all the difference. In order to improve your marksmanship you need range time, and in order to ensure your performance in a self-defense situation, you need to train realistically. One way to do that is by training using the same ammunition you load your concealed carry weapon with.
These 9mm rounds are a medium-weight 135 grain, giving them the best of both worlds: speed and the ability to deliver a solid hit. This is Hornady’s Flexlock ammunition; each round expands on impact, creating a devastating wound channel. These rounds feature Hornady’s Flex Tip, a polymer insert that prevents clogging on impact while also improving expansion, and Interlock technology, which is a process that bonds the core to the jacket. Each round flies to your target at a muzzle velocity of 1010 feet per second and impacts with a muzzle energy of 306 foot-pounds. This is premium self-defense ammunition.
There are 250 defense rounds in this box. If that seems like a lot of defense ammo, it’s actually a good number because it allows you to keep your firearm loaded and ready for the worst-case scenario with enough left over to get some extensive training time in. Remember, defense rounds are more powerful overall than target rounds, so the only way to be sure you can manage good shot placement and follow-up shots is through proper training. Hornady manufactures ammunition at their plant in Grand Island, Nebraska, where they’ve been in business since 1949. In a life-or-death situation you want every possible factor in your favor, and that means you want Hornady in your gun. Order now!
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