Armscor 45 ACP 230gr FMJ Pistol Ammo


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$17.00 - $398.10

Additional Specs:

.45 ACP/Auto
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You spend a lot of time practicing your shot at the range. You’re prepping for self-defense or to improve your shooting in general. The Armsco 45 ACP 230 grain bullet is ideal for you. It gives you the accuracy and quality you need, while still being budget-friendly for those long range sessions.

Armscor 45 ACP 230 Grain Highlights:

  • 45 ACP – For use in your .45 caliber pistol.
  • Velocity – 849 fps. One of your slower choices for 45 ACP ammo. This makes it better for closer targets and creates a bit less recoil.
  • Brass Casing – You can reload this ammo to make it an even more budget-friendly option.
  • 230 Grain – This is the most popular grain weight for .45 ACP. The slower, heavier bullet also contributes to more manageable recoil.
  • Full Metal Jacket – Great for feeding smoothly through your gun while shooting at the range.

If you’re looking for some good, clean-burning ammo, then Armscor is a great choice. They manufacture their ammo in the USA and the Philippines. For quality, accuracy, and dependability.

All ammo sales are final at Southern Defense. There are limits to where we can ship in the United States - take a look at our shipping policy. Reach out to (972) 652-0196 if you have questions about Armscor 45 ammo.

Armscor 45 FMJ Pistol Ammunition FAQ:

FMJ bullets are less expensive than Jacketed Hollow Point (JHP) bullets. They also feed smoother through your gun for fewer jams during your target practice.

The Automatic Colt Pistol (ACP) is also known as the 45 auto. ACP designates cartridges that were created by John Moses Browning.

The .45 ACP has more recoil than a 9mm, but also offers better stopping power. Stopping power is the ability to incapacitate the target immediately. This makes the .45 ACP a good self-defense weapon. 

However, be aware that if it is a .45 ACP Full Metal Jacket bullet, there will be no bullet expansion on impact and it can penetrate the object behind the one you’re shooting at. Always know your backdrop before firing.