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Atomic Ammunition 9mm +P Bonded Match Hollow Point, 124 Grain, 1300 fps, 50 Round Box, 9MM+P124

Atomic Ammunition
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Reliability... Performance... Safety... Affordability!

These principles are the foundation which we have built our company upon. For the past several years we have conducted an intensive due diligence process to formulate our proprietary cartridge recipes. We have utilized three of the most renowned independent test laboratories in the United States to reconfirm our findings and the safety of Atomic Ammunition.

Atomic Ammunition is American owned, American staffed, and every component they use to manufacture their cartridges are supplied by American companies. They are committed to "Made in America"!

Caliber: 9 MM
Bullet Type: Bonded Match Hollow Point Projectile
Bullet Weight: 124 Grains
Muzzle Velocity: 1300 fps
Muzzle Energy: 465 Ft. Lbs.
New Reloadable Brass Case
50 Rounds per Box

Total number of Reviews: 2

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1.0 5
"So these rounds jam everytime the round is attempting to load into the chamber of my Beretta 92A1. The problem is the bullet, i think. It is cut too much or too flat i guess. the only way to use this ammo now, would be to load the bullet into the chamber manually. Too bad."
– Robert M
5.0 5
"This is an interesting SD round. Very reliable, no FTFs, no extraction or ejection problems in my Glock 17. It's a bonded bullet, so it's supposed to hold together well during expansion, but they over speed the bullet to 1300 fps muzzle velocity with the intention of having jacket petals peel off and detach from the slug body upon expansion. Says so right on their website. So you have to ask yourself is this what you want in an SD round? I'd love to see some ballistic gelatin tests on this one!"
– Speedbrake