Sellier & Bellot 9mm 115gr. FMJ- 750rds + Rem. L.E. 9mm+P 124gr BJHP-HPJ- 100rds = 850rds
Rem. Golden Saber High Performance Jacket (HPJ) 9mm Luger 124 gr. +P Brass Jacketed Hollow Point (BJHP)- 100 rds.
Golden Saber HPJ bullets have the same industry-exclusive Driving Band profile that centers the bullet perfectly in the bore as it moves into the rifling. This results in match-grade accuracy and higher velocity conservation.
The bullet's jacket is made entirely of cartridge brass that results in virtually 100% weight retention. The precise hollow-point cavity design maximizes penetration by minimizing lead core deformation leading to optimum barrier penetration and expansion through a full range of accepted barrier tests.
This defensive load has nickel-plated cases for more reliable feeding, waterproofed primers and case mouths that provide maximum integrity in all weather conditions as well as flash-suppressed powders that allow faster low-light target reacquisition.
- Caliber: 9mm Luger (9x19mm, 9mm Para)
- Bullet Weight: 124 Grain +P
- Bullet Style: Brass Jacketed Hollow Point (BJHP), High Performance Jacket (HPJ)
- Casing: Nickel Plated Brass, Reloadable
- Waterproofed Priming & Case Mouth
- Flash Suppressed Powder
- Muzzle (Velocity): 1180 fps
- Muzzle (Energy): 383 ft. lb.
- Made in the USA by Remington Military / Law Enforcement
Sellier & Bellot 9mm Luger 115 Grain Full Metal Jacket SB9A - 750 rds.
S&B has been manufacturing ammunition for nearly two centuries and is one of the leading engineering companies in the Czech Republic. Sellier & Bellot products were always noted for their high quality, precision, reliability and safety in use.
- Caliber: 9mm Luger (9x19 Para)
- Bullet Weight: 115 Grain
- Bullet Style: Full Metal Jacket (FMJ/Ball)
- Bullet Casing: Brass Reloadable
- Bullet Primer: Boxer, Non-Corrosive
- Muzzle (Velocity): 1280 fps
- Muzzle (Energy): 421 ft. lb.
- Manufacture Part #: SB9A
- Imported from the Czech Republic
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4 Stars; the combo is a good value, and the S & B is always great; I haven't used any of the Remington, so the jury is still out on that one.