Remington UMC LeadLess Ammunition, 9mm, 115 Gr.
Virtually eliminates lead exposure
Flat nose enclosed base design
Industry-leading heavy-metal-free primer
Duplicates the ballistics of conventional loads
An economical value for high-volume shooters
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Product DescriptionA must-have for shooters that frequent indoor ranges, UMC LeadLess cartridges virtually eliminate lead exposure at the firing line. The specially designed Flat Nose Enclosed Base (FNEB) bullet actually prevents the vaporization of lead from the bullet's base upon firing. Also, these cartridges feature the industry's best heavy-metal-free primer. Standard bullet weights duplicate the ballistics of conventional loads. And like all UMC ammo, LeadLess cartridges offer a truly economical value for high-volume shooters without any compromise in quality or performance. 50 rounds per box.
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Q:Is this considered TMJ or FMJ ammunition? Thanks.Asked on 12/29/2009 by Anonymous
A:It's the reverse of FMJ. There is a lead core, but it the jacket covers the base and sides. The nose is exposed lead. This limits the shooters exposure to lead, however, there is still lead in bullet.Answered on 9/21/2012 by Mounta1neer from somewhere in Michigan
A:its leadless so the whole bullet is made of copper, i would say yes as the bullet really has no jacket and is completly copper.Answered on 2/24/2012 by dustty from york, pa
Q:Is a 45 the same as the 380?Asked on 2/18/2009 by Harry from Sparks, Maryland
A:No, 380 is smaller than 45 Auto.Answered on 3/1/2009 by Phipps from Lynchburg, VA
A:Absolutly not, but I see were you got the question from the picture doesnt match the specsAnswered on 3/1/2009 by Huevo from Cypress, Tx
A:No !Answered on 2/28/2009 by Craven Moorehead II from Pittsburgh, Pa.
A:The .380 is often referred to as a 9mm "short". But you can not use it in a 9mm gun. I carry a Kel-Tec P3AT as my back-up gun everywhere I go. It's a .380 and is very concealable.Answered on 3/5/2009 by Grizz from Edina, MN