500 Rounds of 9mm Subsonic Ammo by Remington Express - 147gr JHP

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Ammo Overview

Ammo Quantity - 50 rounds per box; 500 rounds per case
Ammo Manufacturer - Remington
Projectiles - 147 grain Jacketed Hollow Point
Ammo Casings - Boxer-primed brass


Keep your muzzle velocity subsonic and your terminal ballistics potent with these 9mm Luger rounds from Remington, one of America's oldest companies in the firearms industry. These rounds are built using modern components that have been subjected to stringent quality checks. Parts include non-corrosive Boxer primers for zero premature damage done to handguns and brass casings that can be safely reused by savvy reloaders. Each cartridge is capped off with a jacketed hollow point (JHP) projectile that weighs in at 147 grains, typically the heaviest rating for the caliber. The heavyweight JHP offers a few advantages which include smooth slide cycling for manageable recoil, a high degree of energy delivered to a threat target, and subsonic muzzle velocity for use with a suppressed firearm.

The JHP's construction includes a deep hollow cavity with serrations in its surround copper jacket that are interlaced with the thinner parts of the lead core; this promotes rapid expansion upon impact for faster bleeding and devastating energy delivered to an attacker's vital organs and nerves. Because part of the bullet's body is displaced by the hollow nose, the entire projectile is longer than a lighter choice and receives improved spin stability from a barrel's rifling resulting in keen accuracy at longer ranges. This 500-round case is a smart investment as it enables periodic refreshing of carry mags along with regular practice for consistent sight checking.

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