Speer Lawman 9mm Luger 147 Grain TMJ FN 53620 - 500 Rounds
Training with ammunition that gives you the feel and performance of premium ammo gives you the edge you need when duty calls. However, using premium hollow point ammunition for target practice and training is not cost-effective. That’s where SPEER® Lawman® comes in. It delivers all the performance of premium ammo for a fraction of the cost. Lawman uses high-value, brass cases, CCI® primers and SPEER TMJ® or conventional full metal jacketed bullets. The end result: tight groups and consistent pressure and velocity, every time you squeeze the trigger.
If you’re looking for high-quality ammunition in traditional re-loadable brass, Lawman is your ammunition.
- Caliber: 9mm Luger (9x19mm, 9mm Para)
- Bullet Weight: 147
- Bullet Style: TMJ FN (fully copper jacketed lead core bullet, flat nose)
- Bullet Casing: Brass
- Bullet Primer: Boxer, Non-Corrosive
- Muzzle (Velocity): 932 fps. (50 Yards)
- Muzzle (Energy): 317 ft lbs
- NEW Ammo
- Premium target ammo
- Made in the USA by CCI/Speer
- Manf. Part #: 53620
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Put about 200 rounds through my 92 FS. Every round has gone bang, but there was more residue than I have seen with other brands. Not terrible, but more than I expected. Happy with the purchase overall.
GOOD AMMO NO FTF OR FTE'S, THRU A 7.5" SBR WITH A OSPREY CAN
This round has same poi and felt recoil as my sd load at a third of the cost. Burns clean and is very consistent round to round.
Ordered this ammo with the intention of subsonic through a AAC Ti-Rant Suppressor. Worked great with and without the can. Reduction in recoil even without the can was awesome. Really impressed with the product. The ammo came in bulk status, not separately boxed. Would definitely order more, except the price jumped from $119.00 per 500 rounds to $129.00 per same ammo. Wasn't on sale as I remember, but I could be wrong. Brass case with nickel coating. Feed just fine through my AR dedicated 9mm with 8 inch barrel. Have not tried it in my Glock 43 or 19. Expansion was consistent through sheet metal, wood and glass. These are some Bad A** rounds.