500 Rounds of 230gr FMJ .45 ACP Ammo by Winchester For Sale
Which will endure longer, your wrists or this 500-round case of.45 ACP ammunition? Order this case at a volume discount from Winchester to find out. These rounds, which fire a 230 grain full metal jacket bullet at a relatively sluggish 865 feet per second, closely mimic mil-spec ammunition used by the military.
In Oxford, Mississippi, brass casings and non-corrosive Boxer primers are used to load this ammo. You can have a lot of fun at the range with this 500-round case of.45 ACP ammunition. These cartridges are produced by Winchester in Oxford, Mississippi, and are made in accordance with the original.45 caliber military requirements. 230 grain full metal jacket bullet, 865 feet per second, automatic.
Brass casings and non-corrosive Boxer primers are used in this ammo. It will function properly in the majority of.45 ACP-chambered weapons, even older ones, as a standard pressure load.
The 1911 pistol is most frequently linked with the.45 ACP cartridge, despite the fact that it has been employed in a variety of weapons over the years, including the Thompson submachine gun and the Glock 21. John M. Browning first invented it in 1904, and it is still widely used today.