50 Rounds of 115gr JHP 9mm Ammo by Federal For Sale
Self-defense requires carrying a weapon on one’s person. It’s not enough for a self-defense shooter to be quick and adept with their chosen handgun; the appropriate ammunition must also be loaded into your concealed carry weapon. FMJ rounds are acceptable for training purposes; they save you money and let you practice more than you could otherwise. However, when they make contact, they just penetrate completely and continue moving. FMJ bullets cannot be used for civilian self-defense due to their propensity to leave a small through-and-through wound track before moving on to harm a potential innocent bystander.
You must carry rounds that mushroom, like these JHP rounds, for personal protection. These hollow tips are made to not penetrate too deeply and allow quick energy transmission. They also expand upon impact and start to decelerate. Because they are jacketed, the bullets have more strength from the harder metals and are much less likely to cause lead to clog your gun’s barrel. The 9mm is a very popular handgun for concealed carry, in part because it is more affordable, but also because it has less recoil and a bigger magazine. These 115 grains have a muzzle velocity of 1,160 feet per second, a muzzle energy of 344 foot pounds, and are lightweight, maintaining your expectations for recoil.
This box contains 50 rounds of Federal defensive ammunition. That’s an excellent quantity because you can load a magazine with it and store it in your safe for use while carrying covertly. The fact that defensive rounds feel different from target rounds and that it’s a good idea to get acclimated to that difference allows you to train with it as well. All of the ammunition produced by Federal is made under strict standards at their facility in Anoka, Minnesota. They’ve been in operation for almost a century, and the caliber of these bullets reflects their expertise. Don’t carry concealed with any old ammunition. These American-made rounds have the dependability and strength you require for hollow points.