50 Rounds of 124gr FMJ 9mm Ammo by Sellier & Bellot For Sale
Because it offers good stopping power and less recoil than its larger-caliber peers, 9mm ammunition is pretty much the most common defense round available. Additionally, it is more cheap, and many shooters prefer the larger capacity of 9mm magazines. The tough tiny round was created by Georg Luger in 1901, and it is now much more popular than it was then. Georg Luger could never have dreamed that it would remain popular for more than a century. If you own a 9mm, you should regularly use it at the range, and for that, you need target rounds similar to these.
With a 124 grain weight, these rounds are fairly light. They’ll deliver strong energy while traveling downrange with outstanding speed; they make ideal practice rounds. You must have a solid backstop in place because this ammunition, which is FMJ and doesn’t expand upon contact, tends to over-penetrate like all target ammunition. Each round travels quickly at 1181 feet per second and impacts forcefully at 384 foot pounds of muzzle energy. This ammo is produced by Sellier and Bellot specifically for target practice. It is also excellent for shooting drills and those occasions when you just want to pierce some empty (or not empty) pop cans.
This Sellier and Bellot box of ammo contains 50 target rounds. It’s the perfect size to store in your safe or stow in your range bag in case of inclement weather. Louis Sellier established Sellier and Bellot in 1825, and they initially produced percussion caps for the local troops. They swiftly grew, and today their distribution network is international. Their facility in Vlasim, Czech Republic, makes ammunition. You may reload them since they are brand-new, non-corrosive brass casings with a boxer priming. Order a box (or two, or three) of this target ammo if you’re ready to hit the range with your 9mm, then go poke holes in some paper, pop cans, pumpkins, etc.