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Ammo, RUAG Ammotec USA Precision 9mm 115 Grain FMJ, 1214 fps, 50 Round Box, Zinc Plated Steel Case

 
RUAG Ammotec
9MM
871004003713
76867
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  • DESCRIPTION
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Precision Ammo Cartridges are manufactured to meet shooters constant demand of quality. Packaging includes lithographed paper boxes. The varieties of these cartridges have excellent shooting, accuracy, good penetration and reliability, which make them the ideal choice for personal defense or law enforcement carry.

9mm Luger
Zinc plated steel case
115 grain FMJ
1214 fps
50 round box
 
Total number of Reviews: 29

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4.0 5
"This is the same product as MFS #69753, only a little cheaper. According to the internet, RUAG is a Swiss/German corp with offices and relationships in many Eur. countries, including Hungary wher MFS is located. Apparantly, even MFS finds it economically cheaper to subcontract to Russia to produce the ammo with the MFS headstamp. Shades of the US company WOLF, which subcontracted to the Russian TULA to produce the WOLF brand. As we all know, TULA ended their contract w/WOLF and is marketing under their own name now. In limited experience with MFS/RUAG (C.500 rounds), I have found it cleaner than the average Russian ammo,and have only had one FTI which finally fired on the third strike. Also, no Brown Bear funky smell."
5.0 5
"Cycles great in my 9mm rifle!! Cheap too!"
5.0 5
"I shot a few boxes with no misfires through my Beretta 92FS. I would recommend this ammo as the perfect target ammo because of the price. I am delighted that it works as well as it does. For self-defense, go with a jacketed hollow point (JHP) ammo. I gave this ammo 5 bullets because it works as advertised."
5.0 5
"Ordered a couple hundred rounds. Fired about a hundred rounds through 3rd Gen G19 the other day at indoor range. My Glock ate it up like it does everything else. No failures of any kind (like always). Seems better quality than some other steel case, not as much sparks flying like with Tula."
4.0 5
"Just went thru 300 rounds. My Sig P250 like this stuff. No FTF. No FTE. The rounds go where I aim. The stuff is probably more accurate than I can realize. No odor other than what one would expect. Saw sparks of unburnt powder on nearly every shot. The cartridges are cleaner than Wolf. Will buy again."
5.0 5
"Shot 200rds this morning with my XD subcompact. Not a single FTF. Very clean and a great value; I'm buying more."
5.0 5
"150 rounds through S & W MP, shot great! Perfect practice ammo! Cycled great, no misfires, a lot cleaner than I thought it would be. I hope CTD continues to offer this product."
4.0 5
"Wanted to see if this cheap (priced) ammo was good so I bought 5 boxes. My Glock 19 ate it up like candy. No FTF/FTE/ETC!! The zinc plating kinda looks the same as on Silver bear ammo. Highly recommend for range shooting/zombie apocalypse"
4.0 5
"Have gone through most of the 500 rounds initially ordered. No failures of any kind. I believe it to be more accurate than I can hold using three dot sights. Three shot groups at 25 feet can be covered with a quarter. Burns cleaner than most of the 9mm I have used recently. All in all, I highly recommend this ammo. Four bullets only because it is steel cased. Will be ordering 1000 next time around."
5.0 5
"I bought this ammo with a few other Russian made 9mms and the others felt kinda gritty when loading them into the magazines, but these loaded really smooth like brass. Fed perfectly through my S&W M&P9. I will buy more."
3.0 5
"I bought 200 of these for paper punching and while every one fired and they sure look cool, they are disgustingly dirty. I, personally, am not a big fan of working while trying to have fun, so go with brown bear, it's a dollar more, but you're not scrubbing everything that is within 10 feet of where you're shooting, including your face and arms and your heater."
4.0 5
"I can\uFFFDt think of a better buy for your money. This is great practice ammo and is actually surprisingly accurate out of my 9mm Carbine out to 100 yards I was getting 5 shot 4-inch groups... Very happy with this ammo and will certainly buy it again... It is pretty dirty though. Out of 6 boxes I only had one failure to fire and I think it was the guns fault as there wasn\uFFFDt a visible primer strike. That FTF was from the first box and after cleaning the gun up I had not one other problem for the remaining 5 boxes. I would definitely recommend this stuff to anyone looking for cheap practice ammo. THANKS CTD!"
5.0 5
"I put 50 rounds through my glock 19 and 50 through my kahr cm9 with no problem. I would have to say this ammo isn't any dirtier than winchester white box ammo and is just as accurate as any cheap brand name ammo I have ever used. If you do not reload your brass there is no logical reason not to at least try a box. This will be my new range ammo as long as the price stays reasonable. This ammo definitely has more muzzle flash than average, but I never noticed it while I shot it, only while I watched a friend shoot it. Pretty cool."
5.0 5
"I've already run through 800 of the 1,000 rounds I bought initially, based on the reviews I read here. I'm ordering more. Used in Kahr CM9, Kahr CW9, Beretta PX4 and Beretta CX4. I have had a total of 2 failures to feed out of 800 rounds. This is very acceptable to me for cheap target ammo, and could have just been a magazine quirk. I was worried about failures to eject due to expansion of steel casings, but had none. I pushed the guns by running them hot with rapid fire but couldn't produce a failure to eject. I've been running Blazer 9mm which has aluminum casings, but I like this ammo better. It is not as dirty burning as Blazer, which I found to be only slightly dirtier than average, doesn't have the strange Blazer smell when running hot, and is less expensive."
3.0 5
"Contrary to what the RUAG website might imply, this stuff is made in RUSSIA.Looks to be of slightly higher quality than the TulAmmo Brand. Should feed smooth with the Zinc plated cases. Will get some range time soon to compare."
5.0 5
"I shoot these though a Glock 17 and have had no issues in any way. Wish the shipping was a little cheaper, but who doesn't. I will purchase these again..."
5.0 5
"I found this Russian made ammo to be surprisingly accurate, clean burning, and potent for general range use. Since I reload, I normally restrict my practice sessions to areas where I can easily recover the brass cases. But I'm not concerned about this when I'm shooting steel-cased ammo."
2.0 5
"I bought this ammo for my S&W 6906 9MM thinking I was getting a great value but boy was I wrong. Went out the range and every other bullet jammed. One so bad that I had to cut range time and get a screwdriver to get the casing out of the barrel. My S&W 6906 did not like this ammo. Thought it was my pistol but it was the bullets. I would not recommend this ammo for S&W handguns unless you want ammo jams every other time."
5.0 5
"For the price, (compared to 10, 12, even 15 dollars) this is an incredible value. It may Dirty and have surprisingly large muzzle flash but that's Irrelevant for target practice and regular cleaning"
5.0 5
"This stuff runs great through my Ruger P95. Didn't seem to be any dirtier than any other range ammo I have ever used and it all felt consistent. Being the cheapest stuff on here and proving it's reliable I will be buying more."
4.0 5
"Ordered a couple of boxes and ran them all through my Glock 19. Didn't have any issues jamming. The only negative thing about this ammo is that it is dirty, but for the price, it's definitely worth it."
4.0 5
"I've shot a couple thousand rounds of this through three different guns. It has proven to be very reliable, albeit a little dirty, but not as much as some other Russian ammo out there. It looks and behaves very much like the Bernaul Silver Bear ammo (maybe the same?); both are zinc plated steel. As others have mentioned, there is quite a bit of muzzle flash. But it is what it is: inexpensive, reliable, everyday range ammo that has proven to be a good value."
5.0 5
"I've run through about 5,000 rounds of this ammo now and continue to be happy with the results. PROS: PRICE, reliability, accuracyCONS: Coating transfers to hands while loading, similar to bare lead .22s but not as badGuns used: Beretta, Glock, KahrDrills: slow fire, speed, mag dumpFailures: Primer-0; Ignite-0; Feed-0; Extract-0; Eject(\"stovepipe\")~6 (no big deal, yank and continue);"
4.0 5
"Good ammo for the price. A bit dirty."
5.0 5
"This is great ammo for the range. I shot 400 rounds through my 92FS with 0 mishaps. When it was time to clean, I needed to do no more than a quick wipedown. The box says \"steel case\", but beware the rounds are steel core as well so indoor ranges won't like these. You just can't beat the value of these rounds!"
5.0 5
"I bought 500 rounds of this ammo for practice and IDPA. I've run about half through my H&K USP and have had zero failures of any kind (normal with this gun, regardless of ammo), and it goes where the gun is pointed. These don't seem any dirtier than my last two batches of ammo (CCI Blazer & Winchester White Box), but I clean the gun after every shoot. I would definitely buy these again. Note that the jackets on these bullets contain steel and will stick to a magnet."
5.0 5
"200 rds no problems"
5.0 5
"Fired 300 rds of this out of a Brugger & Thomet TP9, using both aimed fire, and speed shooting. No jams or malfunctions of any sort. Seemed about as accurate as other standard FMJ range ammo. Took maybe 5 minutes more to clean the gun, cause at least in my opinion, some of the residue was a little more tenacious, but nothing that Break Free didn't take care of easily. Also, the ammo definitely smells different than US made ammo, but again, that's a big so what. Finally, if you're knocking this ammo cause it's non reloadable, well yeah....it's steel cased Russian ammo, of course it's non reloadable. You knew it when you bought it, so don't go knocking it in your reviews for that reason! This ammo also has steel in the jacket, so it ATTRACTS A MAGNET. Some ranges won't like that, so you can't shoot this just anywhere. All in all though, a wonderful round that's great for economical practice shooting, and perfectly capable of functioning reliably in any emergency situation."
5.0 5
"Order some more!!!!!"