Being a high-volume shooter is about more than just slinging a bunch of lead down-range, it’s about honing your marksmanship skills to become a more proficient shooter overall. There are a number of excellent drills you can do to improve particular skills, and with a nice, big box of ammo, you can make some good headway. One popular exercise is the Mozambique Drill which involves putting two rounds to center mass with a third and final shot to the head. The Mozambique Drill was fine-tuned by Col. Jeff Cooper and is an excellent self-defense drill. There are others you can do as well because the reality is that none of us is ever without the need to learn and improve.
This ammunition is made by Speer for your 9mm. It’s lightweight at just 124 grain so it won’t create excessive felt recoil and each round is capable of reaching higher speeds. These are Total Metal Jacket (TMJ) rounds, so they don’t expand on impact. TMJ rounds have a fully enclosed bullet, meaning there won’t be any lead released into the air when you fire a round, and that’s good not only for your lungs but for the lungs of everyone at your local range. Each round flies towards your target with a muzzle velocity of 1090 feet per second and hits home with a muzzle energy of 327 foot-pounds. These rounds are fantastic for target practice, shooting drills, and those days you just want to tear holes in a bunch of stationary targets.
When you order this case of ammunition from Speer you’re going to get 1000 target rounds, and if that isn’t absolutely fantastic, we don’t know what is. With 1000 rounds you can spend hours running through various drills and exercises, and by the time you reach the bottom of the box your marksmanship skills will have improved – how much is entirely up to you. And because Speer manufactures this ammunition in fresh brass cases with boxer primer, it can be reloaded, making this an even better deal. Speer manufactures ammunition at their longtime plant in Lewiston, Idaho, right along the banks of the Snake River. Your 9mm is hungry, so feed it!