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Remington 9MM 115 Grain Jacketed Hollow Point

   7 Reviews | 2 Questions & Answers
Model: L9MM1B
Condition: Factory New
Bud's Item Number: 34881
UPC: 047700382104
MFG: Remington

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For practice, target shooting, training exercises or any other high-volume shooting situation UMC1 centerfire pistol and revolver ammunition offers value without any compromise in quality or performance. Made with Remington1 components right here in the USA, UMC handgun ammunition is available in today s most popular pistol and revolver calibers with metal case or jacketed hollow point bullets. UMC ammunition provides shooters with the optimum blend of value and performance. Now available in money-saving large-quantity 100-round Value Packs for select calibers!
Caliber/Gauge 9mm
Bullet Weight 115 gr
Casing Brass
Bullet Type HP
Box Qty 100
PPR $ 0.28/round

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    • Answered
    Josiah, These are fairly standard 9mm 115 grain hollow point loads. Modern 9mm handguns can handle them without any issues. Some handguns have issues with certain brands of hollow points due to the shape of the tip. The Remington brand's hollow point tips closely follow the contour of fully jacketed "ball-type" rounds and will usually loads into a chamber without any issues. I have a couple of home defense guns loaded with this same ammo. I have practiced and used this exact ammo with several brands of handguns without any issues. Its good ammo for the price although I prefer 124 grain hollow points in my conceal carry gun (which I hand load myself rather than purchase).
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    Its possible the cheaper stuff is old stock they are trying to push first. I'm sure both fire just fine though and I'd buy the cheaper stuff first.
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