The cartridge .45 Auto is used for sporting and training pistol shooting in shooting galleries and ranges. The cartridge keeps its
qualities under various climatic and weather conditions no matter what the season is. The firearms models H&K, Glock 21, Sig Sauer, and M1911A1 are deployed to run the acceptance tests of cartridges. The cartridge complies with CIP requirements. The cartridge is settled upon chambering until the case mouth rests against the chamber shoulder. The cartridge case, made of polymer-coated steel, is cylinder-shaped with non-projecting flange.
The bullet of .45 Auto consists of two elements, i.e.:
- full copper or bimetal jacket
- lead core.