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Buffalo Bore 9mm Luger +P 95 grain Barnes TAC-XP Lead-Free Low Flash Handgun Ammo, 20/Box - 24G/20
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Buffalo Bore 9mm Luger +P 95 grain Barnes TAC-XP Lead-Free Low Flash Handgun Ammo, 20/Box - 24G/20

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SKU 771091
Brand Buffalo Bore
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Details

  • Type: Lead-Free, Low Flash
  • Bullet Style: Barnes TAC-XP
  • Caliber/Gauge: 9mm Luger +P+
  • Bullet Weight: 95 grain
  • Muzzle Energy: 500 lb/ft
  • Muzzle Velocity: 1550 fps
  • Bullet Material: Copper
  • Case Material: Brass
  • Application: Performance, Protection
  • Packaging Quantity: 20/Box

Features

This loading features some positive developments for the 9mm, for those wanting an expanding bullet. First, the light weight 95 grain. Barnes X-type bullet generates very little felt recoil, which aids in fast follow-up shots. Second, as do all X-type bullets, that all copper bullet, penetrates very deeply for a 0.355 diameter bullet that only weighs 95 grain. Expect roughly 13 inches of penetration in ballistic gelatin. Nearly all Buffalo Bore Tactical/self-defense ammo features low flash powder, and this load is no exception. We think low flash powder offers a huge tactical advantage to the shooter as almost all civilian shootings in the US happen in low light when the criminal element is most active, and this ammo will not blind the shooter. As with all Buffalo Bore loadings, we advertise real world velocities from real over-the-counter firearms, so the shooter can know what the ammo is achieving. The long time industry standard of using extra long test barrels to generate advertised velocities is dishonest to the customer as the customer has no idea what type of performance the ammunition delivers in the real world, which is the only place it matters.

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