9mm - 124 Grain JHP - Speer Gold Dot LE - 50 Rounds vs 45 ACP - 230 Grain FNEB - Remington Subsonic - 50 Rounds
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|Rifle Ammo||9mm - 124 Grain JHP - Speer Gold Dot LE - 50 Rounds||45 ACP - 230 Grain FNEB - Remington Subsonic - 50 Rounds|
|Caliber||9mm Luger (9x19)||.45 ACP (Auto)|
|Reviews||See 43 Reviews||N/A|
Rifle Ammos Descriptions
9mm - 124 Grain JHP - Speer Gold Dot LE - 50 Rounds
Speer Gold Dot continues to be the #1 duty ammunition for law enforcement agencies. Law Enforcement agencies prefer Speer ammunition for duty use due to its performance in the rigid FBI test protocols. What makes Speer perform so well through the various barrier tests such as compound angle auto glass is that Speer bullets undergo a unique bonding process which prevents core jacket seperation. The folks at Speer interact with law enforcement agencies on a daily basis and are keen on ensuring that law enforcement officers have the right tools for the job so that they can return home safe to their families. This ammo is great for duty use or home defense. Speer Gold Dot Ammunition is loaded with bonded core bullets and designed for critical defense needs. Bonding the jacket to the core means the elimination of core-jacket separation and superior weight retention making it more effective than traditional hollow-point bullets in the event that the bullet encounters bone or heavy clothing upon entry. This ammunition is new production, non-corrosive, in boxer primed, reloadable nickel-plated brass cases.
45 ACP - 230 Grain FNEB - Remington Subsonic - 50 Rounds
Do you have a 45 ACP handgun? Do you also have a suppressor? Then all you need now is the ammo. Remington and Advanced Armament Corporation codeveloped this ammo so you can maximize your suppressed handgun’s performance. The 45 ACP is already a subsonic cartridge, and Remington’s Subsonic label ammo certainly doesn’t reinvent the wheel in that department. What this cartridge offers that’s special is its bullet: a flat nose enclosed base. No part of the bullet’s core is exposed to hot propellant gasses during ignition, so you can look forward to not having to scrub any lead residue off of your suppressor’s ports or baffles. This bullet’s flat nose profile won’t deliver terminal expansion. But if your objective is to avoid deafening yourself while you use your handgun during home defense, you’ll still find 230 grains of lead and copper suitable for the job. This bullet transfers more than 320 ft lbs of energy over any distance your home could possibly contain. Even if it hasn’t got a suppressor, your handgun should have zero difficulty cycling this brass-cased, non-corrosive and clean-burning American-made ammunition.