Winchester 9mm Luger 115 gr FMJ Steel USA Forged 500 Round Case

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Product Description

Winchester® USA Forged™ is high-quality American-made 9mm ammunition that uses premium Winchester components to provide great performance at a value price. This ammunition utilizes precision-manufactured steel shellcases featuring a proprietary surface treatment optimized for high-volume range sessions with the performance and functionality you expect from Winchester.

Product Features

  • Brass jacketed lead core bullet (safe for use in all firearms and on all ranges)
  • Non-corrosive boxer primer
  • Clean-burning powder

Ammo Specifications

  • Caliber: 9mm Luger
  • Bullet Weight: 115 gr
  • Bullet Type: FMJ; Brass Jacketed; Lead Core
  • Case Type: Steel Shellcase
  • Muzzle Velocity: 1190 fps
  • Quantity: 500 Round Case

Customer Comments

Customer Reviews

(4 out of 5) Good
by from Orlando, FL on

Never had a problem with steel cased ammo. This shoots much cleaner than the Tula stuff I used to buy. For the price, I bought 2 cases. Went through one case already and no issues.

(2 out of 5) Sucks
by from Lakeland, FL on

Don't know how they manufacture this stuff but the chalky crap on the outside of the casings made it impossible to load my CZ scorpion mags to capacity. They would bind up after about 10-12 rounds to the point I thought I was going to break the lips. That being said I didn't have one malfunction out of the 250 rounds of it I shot.

(1 out of 5) Worst ammo in the world
by from Midlothian, TX on

This is literally the worst ammo in the world. I promise. Buy this if you want to practice malfunction drills and get rounds stuck in the chamber that have a ogice that is often too large.

(5 out of 5) Totally Surprised
by from Mayodan, NC on

Never tried steel cased ammo, but since it was Winchester and very economical, I tried it. Ruger LC9S, SR9C, 9E and a very old P89. In every gun it ran faultlessly, was very accurate, powerful and clean burning. A real test was a full 15 round mag in the P89, since the steel does not glide as easily on itself as brass and a full mag has a lot of pressure on the loads. no problem feeding or ejecting. Totally surprised by the high quality.