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What does “M1152” mean? It is simply a designation which the U.S. Army uses to indicate that 9mm ammunition is made specifically for their SIG Sauer P320 MHS pistol.
Will M1152 ammo work in your firearm? We would advise only firing M1152 in firearms that are rated for 9mm +P ammunition. This is because its 115 grain bullet is loaded to a muzzle velocity of 1,320 fps, which means it generates more chamber pressure than a regular 9mm cartridge. Glock, Kimber, and S&W handguns will do this no problem, but please ask us if you’re uncertain about your particular firearm.
This cartridge’s bullet is a full metal jacket. It is a highly accurate projectile for target shooting, with a profile that is enhanced to facilitate feeding in a semi-auto. Its flat nose will punch a clean hole through a paper target as well. The U.S. Army would use this type of bullet for engaging threats, although a jacketed hollow point (JHP) is preferable for self-defense because it expands inside of its target. (The U.S. Army cooperates with an international moratorium on the use of expanding bullets in warfare.)
Active Duty ammunition is loaded to tight specifications, with military-grade primers that are both responsive and non-corrosive. Utilize these cartridges’ new production brass cases for handloading if you wish – they are strong enough for multiple reloads.
MPN#: WIN9MHSCL
UPC#: 020892227200

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Such bullshit with the whole "active duty" labeling. No one with any common sense and or "duty" training would ever carry FMJ's while on duty or for self defense. This is target ammo at best.

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A training round that cost $90? FMJ . Lmao

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I bought this last week at academy for $60. Lucky gunner better step their game up if they plan to compete with the big box stores.

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