50 Rounds of 9mm Ammo by Winchester - 147gr FMJFN

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Quantity - 50 rounds
Manufacturer - Winchester (USA)
Bullets - 147 grain Full Metal Jacket Flat Nose (FMJFN)
Casings - Boxer-primed brass


As the effectiveness of modern 9x19 ammunition continues to evolve, so too have the demands of the training ammunition that law enforcement and military personal use on the range to prepare for hostile action. The Winchester 147 grain 9mm Full Metal Jacket Flat Nose is a round built of the demands of real world combat, at a price you will not have to hold back on to afford.

The Winchester 147gr 9mm FMJFN utilizes a semi wadcutter design in order to take advantage of the rounds inherent stability and velocity across extended ranges. Accurate out to distance of 25 yards and beyond, the 147gr full metal jacket flat nose round has a similar trajectory and point of aim/ point of impact as high performance defense rounds, allowing you to train similar to how you fight.

At a muzzle velocity of 990 feet per second, the Winchester 147gr 9mm FMJFN is ideal for suppressor based applications straight of the box, and will work flawlessly with any standard suppressor on the market today. Shooters looking for a hard hitting training ammunition with similar flight and behavior characteristics as top tier self defense ammunition will find no better substitute than The Winchester 147gr 9mm FMJFN.

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Posted On: 8/21/2021 By: Bob Curtis

A: Thanks for reaching out Bob! Recoil energy is a product of four factors: muzzle velocity, bullet weight, propellant weight and firearm weight. When a 9mm round's bullet weight goes up, its muzzle velocity typically also goes down. You may indeed notice that a 147gr load has a little bit heavier recoil energy than the same manufacturer's analogous 115gr or 124gr load, but the difference is so slight that you may note no difference at all. In fact, it's very difficult to predict how much recoil a shooter is actually going to perceive – what they feel is totally subjective and thus impossible to measure! I'd be interested to see if you think this ammo kicks a little harder than the lighter bullet loads.

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