Speer Lawman® .45 Glock A.P. 185 Grain TMJ FN 50 rounds

Item # WX2-97007

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Details & Specs

Speer Lawman® Ammunition Load up on the original at a GREAT PRICE!

You can't beat the classics. And Speer's first handgun ammo line is still here for you.

Details:
  • Quality Speer TMJ® bullets
  • Brass cartridge case
  • Powders are precision matched to bullet performance level
  • Famously-reliable CCI® primers.
  • Cartridge: .45 Glock A.P. Ammo
  • Grains: 185
  • Bullet Style: TMJ FN
  • Velocity (FPS): 1020
  • Muzzle Energy (ft.-lbs.): 427
  • Rounds/Box: 50

When you want both great performance and great value, look to Lawman®. Order ONLINE Today!

Reviews

Customer Reviews

4 stars
(4) 1-5 of 5 Reviews
  1. 2 stars
    price too high
  2. 5 stars
    However the glock is a ammunition disposal and shot the G.A.P. just fine. The G.A.P. ammo shoots in a glock 21(.45 acp) I did tons of research before firing the round. Other modles like 1911's will shoot it to but they all become jamomatic. Not the glock. POW,POW,POW like the ammo was made for it.
  3. 5 stars
    Sent to my home with no hassles.
  4. 5 stars
    Gave to a law enforcement friend to prove they could be found
  5. Great stuff to target shoot with! Will buy more!
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