1000 Rounds of 230gr TMJ .45 ACP Ammo by Speer For Sale
Speer originally released their Lawman ammo in 1968. The line had a great reputation for performance and quality when it was first introduced, and it included only centerfire ammunition. However, as time went on, Speer became aware that it might be improved, and Lawman changed into training ammunition that was intended to more faithfully imitate the power of defense ammunition. Using their renowned Gold Dot defensive rounds as a model, Speer meticulously loaded this ammo to replicate the recoil and general feel of firing defense rounds without the associated expense. The cost of firearms instruction is frequently prohibitive, but Speer Lawman fills the gap and allows for cost-effective, realistic training.
These rounds are heavy at 230 grains, so they can more closely mimic the performance of defense ammo. They are total metal jackets, which are similar to full metal jackets except that the bullets are completely enclosed to prevent lead from escaping while shooting at the range. With a muzzle velocity of 830 feet per second and a muzzle energy of 352 foot-pounds, each round flies straight at your target. This ammo is designed primarily for self-defense training, while it can also be used for plinking, target practice, and shooting drills. These are produced by Speer in brand-new brass cases with boxer primers so that you can practice with them until you burn out the entire case.
Training should be given in massive doses, which is why this scenario includes 1000 target rounds. Of course, training should also be of the highest caliber, and with Speer Lawman, you receive that in buckets, or should we say in rounds? Speer produces all of their ammunition at their long-standing facility in Lewiston, Idaho, and adheres to exacting standards for each round they produce. At Speer, rigorous quality control and comprehensive testing are ways of life, so you can be sure your ammo is excellent rather than just good. Order a case (or two) of Speer Lawman and practice with the best to get the most realistic and practical instruction possible.