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MagTech Range/Training Brass 10mm 180-Grain 50-Rounds FMJ

$24.99

MagTech Range/Training ammunition provides a great value for high volume shooting or range practice. Each box contains 50 rounds of 180 grain 10mm with full metal jacket bullets and brass casings.

Description

MagTech Range/Training Brass 10mm 180-Grain 50-Rounds FMJ

Range/Training Features

Manufactured to the highest standards for consistent quality and exceptional performance. More shooters rely on Magtech than any other. Whether you are practicing honing your trigger press or shooting cans, you can think about achieving your goals.

Range/Training Specifications
Caliber: 10mm Auto
Model: Range/Training
Bullet Weight: 180 gr
Rounds Per Box: 50
Casing Material: Brass
Application: Target,Match,Range,Hunting
Bullet Type: Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
Muzzle Energy: 605 ft lbs
Muzzle Velocity: 1230 fps
CALIBER 10mm
CAPACITY 50
CONDITION New in Box
FINISH PER COLOR Brass
MANUFACTURER PART NUMBER 10A
MODEL Range/Training
TYPE Handgun Ammo
UPC 754908210916;MagTech Range/Training Brass 10mm 180-Grain 50-Rounds FMJ

Ammunition (informally ammo) is the material fired, scattered, dropped or detonated from any weapon or weapon system. Ammunition is both expendable weapons (e.g., bombsmissilesgrenadesland mines) and the component parts of other weapons that create the effect on a target (e.g., bullets and warheads).[1] Nearly all mechanical weapons require some form of ammunition to operate.

The term ammunition can be traced back to the mid-17th century.[1] The word comes from the French la munition, for the material used for war. Ammunition and munitions are often used interchangeably, although munition now usually refers to the actual weapons system with the ammunition required to operate it.[2] In some languages other than English ammunition is still referred to as munition, such as French (“munitions”), German (“Munition”), Italian (“munizione”) or Portuguese (“munição”).

The purpose of ammunition is to project a force against a selected target to have an effect (usually, but not always, lethal). The most iconic example of ammunition is the firearm cartridge, which includes all components required to deliver the weapon effect in a single package. Until the 20th century, black powder was the most common explosive used but has now been replaced in nearly all cases by modern compounds.