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Remington® UMC Handgun Ammo 100 Round Value Packs

   

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9mm

115 Grain

Velocity (fps):
1145

Bullet Type:
Metal Case

Quantity:
100 rounds

.40 Smith & Wesson

180 Grain

Velocity (fps):
990

Bullet Type:
Metal Case

Quantity:
100 rounds
  • $44.99

  • SKU: 1145201

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.45 Automatic Colt Pistol

230 Grain

Velocity (fps):
835

Bullet Type:
Metal Case

Quantity:
100 rounds
  • $51.99

  • SKU: 1145202

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For practice, target shooting, training exercises or any other high-volume shooting situation UMC centerfire pistol and revolver ammunition offers value without any compromise in quality or performance. Made with Remington components right here in the USA, UMC handgun ammunition is available in today's most popular pistol and revolver calibers. UMC ammunition provides shooters with the optimum blend of value and performance. 100 Round Value Pack. Made in USA.
Remington® UMC Handgun Ammo 100 Round Value Packs 4.8 5 20 20
Great Ammo I have shot several hundred rounds through my new Taurus pt99 with now jams. Great ammo for the price. April 14, 2009
Great ammo I use this ammo in my 1911 .45 and am very satisfied. Good accuracy, and it shoots clean. Highly recommended for a day at the range. December 31, 2008
Good ammo Have shot about 800 or 900 rounds of this ammo through a combination of my Beretta 92FS and a buddy's Springfield XD. Only 1 failure to fire out of the entire lot compared to several with other, more expensive ammo. Shoots cleaner than I expected as well. Overall for general target shooting or if you are stockpiling ammo for when the zombies take over this is reliable ammo at a great price December 18, 2008
Very good value. I didnt expect much out of these but the price seemed right. Very surprised at how good these really are in 9mm. I went through a box in short order with no missfeeds or failure to fire. Even more impressive is their accuracy. With a 3" barrel I was able to nail cans from 20 yards. I will purchase more. Real good buy. August 28, 2008
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I know it is copper colored, but is this a copper jacketed bullet? I intend on using this ammo in a Glock and am warned against using lead bullets. Will this bullet cause leading problems in a Glock barrel?
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They are copper jacketed bullet and I have been using them in my Glock 36 with no problems
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MC, FMJ and Ball all mean the same thing, a bullet jacket that's closed at the nose
TMJ (some pistol ammo) is Total Metal Jacket, IOW there is no exposed lead anywhere on the bullet.

UMC stands for Union Metallic Cartridge Co, and they are owned by Remington
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I used @ 1500 rounds through a Glock 30. (.45ACP) Maintenance is an issue with any firearm fired with any ammo.

If you clean your firearm after every use, or on a regular basis with a product like Rem Oil, Hoppes and etc, you'll be fine

Since the Glock polymer striker plate pistol design has hit the market they have become very popular. They are durable and easisly repaired.
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JHP means jacketed hollow point. The jacket material is usually copper but in the case of the Remington Gold Saber it is made of brass. The jacket prevents the lead core from contacting the bore. You will not lead your barrel with this load.
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It is copper jacketed. I have had no problems firing these in my Glock 21. I scratched one with a knife and did not get down to the lead core.
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i have bought these hundred round packs in hollow points before and havent seen fmj come in 100 pack only 250packs and one of the reviewer mention hollow points
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The 9mm, item 894-420-10 is full metal jacket.
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Yes these are FMJ bullets in the UMC 100 packs.

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Usually when you get these "bulk packs" they are FMJ, I haven't seen the 250rd UMC boxed in JHP for any caliber. However it should say if it is JHP or FMJ in the product details or on the package.
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