Your .45 ACP is one cool gun. Not only are its rounds powerful enough to create hydrostatic shock in an assailant just by using a target round, it’s the gun favored by special forces members like the Navy SEALs, Delta Force, and MARSOC. The .45 ACP is not just a competent combat pistol, it’s a star among other calibers with its low muzzle flash, surprisingly moderate recoil, and enormous stopping power. It has a low maximum chamber pressure at 21,000 psi, which really is low compared to the 35,000 psi of the .40 S&W, but it still manages to blow everyone else out of the way. In some ways shooters either love or hate the .45 ACP, and if you love it, you need ammo.
These are heavy rounds at 230 grain, so they’re going to deliver the enormous power of the cartridge. This is MC ammunition, which is Remington’s version of FMJ; it doesn’t expand on impact, over-penetrates, and, as with all target ammunition, needs a solid backstop behind it. Of course, that’s true for training with any ammunition, but when you’re using target rounds it’s even more vital. This ammunition is specifically designed for target practice, shooting drills, and plinking. Remington makes this in virgin brass cases and uses boxer primer so you can reload it. Each round leaves the barrel of your gun with a muzzle velocity of 835 feet per second and punches through your target with a muzzle energy of 356 foot-pounds.
There are 1000 target rounds in this box of ammunition from Remington. With this case of ammo you won’t just hit the range, you’ll blow it away. Remington was founded in 1816 and has spent almost two centuries perfecting their process, and these rounds are a great example of their quality and dedication. They have six facilities throughout the South and on the east coast, and their ammunition is produced at their plant in Lonoke, Arkansas. All ammunition undergoes strict quality control and rigorous testing. Your .45 ACP is a hungry gun with an enormous appetite. Give it the kind of meal it deserves by ordering this 1000-round box from Remington.