This range and target ammo doesn’t do anything usual. Its 180 grain bullet and 1,030 fps muzzle velocity give it extremely similar recoil and accuracy to any similar self-defense cartridge. The FMJ is the simplest type of bullet a semi-auto is equipped to fire, so you’ll pay less for this ammo than you would have for a case of JHP loads.
The FMJ can’t expand as it penetrates soft tissue. As such it will produce a narrower wound channel and almost certainly pass through the threat to jeopardize innocent bystanders. All we’re saying is this: Stick to firing FMJ ammo at the range where it belongs.
This round’s nonmagnetic bullet is seated in a brand new brass case. Its primer is both non-corrosive and Boxer-style, so you’ll enjoy rust-free performance and the opportunity to handload after the fact.