This 9mm NATO cartridge by Magtech boasts a relatively high 1,329 fps muzzle velocity. That makes it a great option if you’re going after distant targets with a carbine and desire a flatter trajectory, but far less so if you want a subsonic load that will complement a suppressor’s performance.
This round’s 124 grain projectile offers balanced performance for its caliber. The bullet dons a concentric metal jacket to ensure its rotational stability, and which also promotes error-free feeding in a semi-automatic firearm platform. Magtech’s jacket is hard enough to prevent rapid fouling without jeopardizing a bore’s sensitive riflings.
These rounds’ brass casings will first see the light of day when you open their box. They’re impressively uniform to keep your firearm nice and happy, and suitable for reloading to keep a handloading enthusiast nice and happy. Their primers and propellant charges burn cleanly to boot.