Description

SKU 51655120711
Model Number 245720020
UPC 810036151320

Details
- Bullet Style: Monolithic Hollow Point
- Caliber/Gauge: 9mm Luger
- Bullet Weight: 108 grain
- Muzzle Energy: 413 ft.lbs.
- Muzzle Velocity: 1312 fps
- Case Material: Brass
- Application: Personal Defense
- Packaging Quantity: 20/Box
- Ballistic Coefficient: 0.168

Features
The Norma monolithic hollow point(MHP) is an all copper bullet with massive expansion and great stopping power.it is designed to reliably feed into all pistol and carbine chambers and is calibrated for consistent devasting terminal performance, regardless of barrel length. By achieving excellent expansion, repeatable time-after-time, the Norma MHP is poised to set a new standard for personal defense ammunition.

Features:
- Optimized load for reliable performance in all barrel lengths
- One of the most expanding 9mm bullets in the world
- Designed for reliable feeding out of pistols and pistol caliber carbines
- Cold formed monolithic copper metal construction for extreme terminal performance
- Extremely consistent penetration and expansion in gelatin and clear ballistics
- American made, excellent reliability

MPN#: 785072

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Great ammo, great price. Bought more. Works great in all of my pistols: Glocks, Sigs. No guns destroyed in the process, lol.

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Thanks for the review Psycho. I ordered 10 boxes. $85 delivered.

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You're welcome! I just ordered 500 rds myself today. I used it to successfully dispatch a wounded 'yote while hunting. Worked well.

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Look, is this ammo going to blow my gun up? I have 10 boxes of it, and would rather not kill my gun with it. Somebody somewhere let us regular guys know if this is worth buying or if you already did.. throw it out. Thanks

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I bought some, and I'll shoot it. I haven't seen any evidence leading a reasonable person to believe this ammo is the cause of "blow ups." On one hand we have a very old, very respected USA-based company producing explosives under license and strict quality controls. Their legal liability for faulty ammo is astronomical, yet no evidence of lawsuits in progress on this. On the other hand we supposedly have 3 anonymous entries on the internet making allegations without documentation...was the ammo stored in the heat, if the gun was a Raven auto or Davis derringer or ?, were there barrel obstructions, was the gun assembled properly, was the oil cleaned out of the barrel prior to shooting, etc., is the reviewer a crank looking for attention? In the middle are many positive reviews in written and video form from verified buyers. The listed components in this ammo are of high quality, but the price is below average. Is the lower price due to overstock, appearance, name change, or actual problem? Ammo can ruin guns; guns can ruin themselves; people ruin guns; rumors can ruin reputations. I've purchased 1000rds of this and will document its performance in my personal guns. If this is my last entry you'll know why.......

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Ive read a few guys on reddit that state over pressured rounds i.e. too much power and little quality control. the board i was on talking about Norma had 2 guys on it that had their pistol destroyed shooting Norma due to over pressure, and 1 guy knew of others that had the same experience.

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Interesting. I was unable to find the "few guys on reddit" stating 9mm Norma destroyed their guns but I'll assume it occurred. I do question the validity of anonymous entries though. While anecdotal evidence can be entertaining it can also be libelous and inflammatory. Personally I think the destruction of pistols by a licensed, 100yro, American ammo manufacturer to be quite a story that could use some explanation.

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I hear ya, just buyer beware. Theres a reason why its cheap!

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NORMA has destroyed more pistols than any other 9mm ammo! avoid at all costs unless you don't give a crap about your pistol.

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"NORMA has destroyed more pistols than any other 9mm ammo!" Please provide evidence of this. I would like to examine the research.

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Unfamiliar with this type of ammo except what I've read....... what makes this a killer of 9mm pistols?

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Monolithic copper hollowpoints are premier self defense ammunition. Part of their wounding mechanism is the sharp edges of the copper projectile. They are the only material that expands consistently after encountering leather. Leather creates a plug that keeps many hollowpoints even the excellent gold dot and HRT from expanding fully. Since the FBI protocol uses denim these design flaws are often not observed. Monolithic copper hollow point is almost unaffected when passing through leather. When the FBI protocol using denim is tested HRT and gold dot will perform best. When leather and more commonly encountered cold weather clothing such as leather with a down coat underneath it is tested monolithic copper hollowpoints perform better. Their weakness is they tend to be slightly under-powered because their light weight can not be driven hard because of the long bearing surface of the copper. Because of this they are my favorite in the 357 magnum cartridge where a small loss in power is not a issue for a self defense round. I do not consider this slight loss of power a deal killer in the 9mm however and the recoil is very manageable. In my personal testing copper monolithic hollowpoints were the only type to expand reliably to their full design criteria after passing through leather and down. I consider them a top of the line choice when deployed for self defense in cold climates. This individuals opinion is diferent but where we agree is more penetration would be better. Standard protocal as used however is flawed. In any case the problem across all testing is not under expansion with monolithic copper hollowpoints but lack of penetration. The gold dot and HRT will only partially expand after encountering leather and will sometimes penetrate 20" of gelatin performing somewhere in between FMJ and as designed. these are still excellent choices in self defense ammunition. If you feel that it is probable that the threat will be wearing four layers of denim not perhaps leather or down by all means the FBI protocol should be relied upon without question. The FBI testing protocol is useful but flawed particularly for civilians who will not have any occasion to shoot through glass in a self defense situation. Its widespread adoption was a great advance compared to testing with no clothing but the selection of four layers of denim as a universal and realistic protocol is flawed and this flaw leads to mis evaluation in ammunition performance. Monolithic copper hollowpoints would only be considered a ho hum selection if using the FBI protocol but they show much better performance compared to other material/designs when tested using realistic cold weather clothing simulation.. They dump all of their somewhat diminished energy in the first eight to ten inches regardless of clothing type. Perhaps if people exhibited some rudimentary critical thinking skills amunition would e designed that had the preferable 12" or so of penetration after passing through leather and down. That would indeed be preferable to 8" of soft tissue penetration. Most people have no idea that their chosen self defense round will penetrate 20* of soft tissue after passing through leather as that is not part of the testing protocol.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aKHHOWT6MUA...

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Avoid these. They perform no differently than ball ammo. They over-penetrate. My guess is they were trying to cash in on Underwood's fluid dynamic monolithics (Extreme Defense, etc). You can find ballistics videos of YouTube if you don't believe me. Carrying these anywhere outside of a farm will get an innocent bystander killed.

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What are you talking about? You clearly know nothing about all-copper hp bullets, the Underwood/Lehigh design, ballistic testing or even Yootoob searches. None of what you said is correct. Me thinks you a troll.

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Every single you tube video reveals the same results under penetration and consistent expansion. That however is not the full story as noted above due to unrealistic testing protocol. The statement that they perform the same as ball ammo is simply not true. In fact rounds that test well using FBI protocol will however perform very much like "ball" FMJ amunition after passing through leather and that includes the ammunition you describe as "fantastic" Underwood. Underwood is decent ammunition but it suffers the same failed testing protocol as gold dot and HRT which are superior to Underwood. The biggest factor being shot placement.

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I hope you are inadvertently confusing products with this statement, because this is untrue. It's not ball ammo, and nothing like a non-hp. "Monolithic" simply means single medium. This load has been out for several years, tested and documented in written form and video, from several barrel lengths with various chronos and mediums. This light for caliber HP actually has proven to expand more reliably than not, and rarely meets the FBI standard for penetration. A simple internet search will reveal these tests. Intelligent analysis will always find variables, but lets avoid the inflammatory warnings please.

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To clarify: Underwood's ammo is fantastic. This stuff is NOT.

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10 boxes ordered to Texas at $85.20 total = $0.426 per round. Not bad for a copper bullet. Feeds well through a Max-9

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Trash ammo.

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It would probably make your opinion more valid if you expanded on why it's "trash ammo". Have you shot it? What are your experiences with it?

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Quite the opposite. This stuff is trash. It does not expand.

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Are you referring to the .380 ammo?

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Has the ammo changed in the three years since this video was uploaded?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fiDCx_7t-Rg...

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That was the goofiest unscientific proof I’ve ever seen. Shooting into his trash can hardly like measured consistent ballistic gel

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.86 cpr with ship+tax (TX). No deal.

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Placing an online order for only one box of 20 rounds usually doesn't work out well, regardless of which seller you order from. PSA's shipping fee for the ammo is the same price ($8.99) for one to ten boxes. The price for ten boxes (200 rounds) including tax and shipping to El Paso TX is $85.20 or $0.426 CPR. That's a good deal for this ammo. Compare PSA's price to what other sellers are charging in the "Live Inventory Search" section of this page above.
PSA is based in SC. I live in the adjoining state of GA. They have one brick and mortar retail store here in GA. Their shipping fee for me is the same as it is for you in TX.

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Shipping cost DESTROYS the "deal".

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