Vernon Speer, the founder of Speer bullets, started making bullets during World War II using spent .22 rimfire cases as jackets. Speer prospered from humble beginnings grew into the renowned Speer Bullets, one of the most trsuted and successful U.S. bullet manufacturers. They are engineered by shooters, for shooters, Speer Bullets is the leader in innovative bullet technology.
Speer Totally Metal Jacketed handgun bullets, TMJ for short, represent the highest level of evolution in the full metal jacket bullet. Speer uses Uni-Cor technology to take full metal jacket bullets to their highest level of evolution. They completely encase the lead core in a seamless jacket. Other FMJ bullets have lead exposed at the base, or have an accuracy-robbing second piece to cover the lead. Those bases can deform under pressure. TMJs seamless jacket means this cant happen. Airborne lead goes down, and TMJs wont foul ported recoil compensators like open-base bullets do. They swage each bullet twice, ensuring consistent diameters and a uniform heel. TMJ bullets are great for casual practice and plinking because, in addition to being super-accurate, they are economical. Insist on the originalSpeer TMJ has been copied but never matched. TMJ bullets are available in calibers from .25 to .45.
100 Projectiles per Box
Features and Specifications:
Manufacturer Number: 4473
Caliber: .45 Auto
Bullet type: Total Metal Jacket Semi Wadcutter (TMJ SWC) Match
Bullet weight: 185 grains
Quantity: 100 Projectiles per Box
Bullet diameter: .451
Sectional Density 0.130
Ballistic coefficient: 0.090
Jacket Material: Copper
Core Material: Lead
Uses: Target, Range, Competition
These are bullets which are intended to be used in conjunction with reloading. This is NOT loaded ammunition.