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Buffalo Bore 9mm Luger +P+ 115 grain Barnes TAC-XP Lead-Free Low Flash Handgun Ammo, 20/Box - 24H/20
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Buffalo Bore 9mm Luger +P+ 115 grain Barnes TAC-XP Lead-Free Low Flash Handgun Ammo, 20/Box - 24H/20

SKU 771092
Brand Buffalo Bore
Model Number 24H/20
UPC 651815024080
Price Per Round $1.64
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Product Details


  • Type: Lead-Free, Low Flash
  • Bullet Style: Barnes TAC-XP
  • Caliber/Gauge: 9mm Luger +P+
  • Bullet Weight: 115 grain
  • Muzzle Energy: 500 lb/ft
  • Muzzle Velocity: 1400 fps
  • Bullet Material: Copper
  • Case Material: Brass
  • Application: Performance, Protection
  • Packaging Quantity: 20/Box


This new 9mm +P+ load is a serious personal defense cartridge for 9MM. The all copper bullet penetrates deeply - expect roughly 17 inches of penetration in ballistic gel. The long-for-weight bullet uses up a great deal of powder space in the casing which raises pressures and keeps us from achieving higher velocities. Nearly all Buffalo Bore tactical/self-defense ammo features low flash powder and this load is no exception. Low flash powder offers an enormous tactical advantage to the shooter as almost all civilian shootings in the US occur in low light when the criminal element is most active and this ammo will not blind the user after the first shot. As with all Buffalo Bore ammunition, we generate our advertised velocities from real-world guns. The industry-wide duplicitous practice of using extra long laboratory test barrels, which generate unrealistically high velocities, is misleading to the customer as such laboratory type velocities will not be reached in the real world where it counts.


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