Speer Lawman Total Metal Jacket (TMJ) 200 Grain 45 ACP (Auto) Ammo - 50 Rounds
Since its introduction in 1908, 45 ACP ammo by John Moses Browning has been an American shooting enthusiast’s staple. Designed to be a “man stopper,” the caliber’s primary graces lie in its large and slow bullet that makes it both accurate and capable of dumping all its ballistic energy into the target without penetrating through. Therefore, it unsurprisingly remains a favorite for personal defense as well as competitive shooting throughout the US.
The 200 grain bullet by Speer has a muzzle velocity of 975 feet per second with 422 foot pounds of energy making it a fine choice for target shooting or weapons familiarity training. Additionally, these total metal jacketed (TMJ) bullets are suitable for indoor range use. The encased bullet is fired with a minimum of lead powder exposure.
With similar roots to Joyce Hornaday, Vernon Speer learned the fine art of bullet making during World War II making bullet jackets for the military out of used rimfire brass. Speer’s Lawman line of ammunition represents the company’s first line of full metal jacketed bullets for range training and target practice. Brass cases are boxer primed and of course, reloadable for additional value.