Sellier & Bellot 9mm Luger 124gr FMJ Ammo

Sellier & Bellot Ammo

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SKU:
SB9B
$10.50 - $266.99

Additional Specs:

UPC:
754908500093
CASING:
Brass
CALIBER:
9mm Luger
MANUFACTURER:
Sellier & Bellot
CONDITION:
New
PRODUCT TYPE:
Ammunition
UPC:
754908500093
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Are you a competitive shooter or someone who enjoys regular visits to the range? If you're looking for reliable ammunition that delivers consistent performance and accuracy, Sellier & Bellot's 9mm Luger 124gr Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) ammo is tailored for you. Perfect for practice, training, or competitive events, this ammo provides the quality and precision you need to hit your target every time.

Sellier & Bellot 9mm Luger 124gr FMJ Highlights:

  • Caliber: 9mm Luger
  • Bullet Weight: 124 grains
  • Bullet Type: FMJ (Full Metal Jacket)
  • Muzzle Velocity: 1181 feet per second
  • Muzzle Energy: 384 foot-pounds
  • Ballistic Coefficient: .152
  • Sectional Density: .141
  • Packaging: 50 rounds per box

This Ammo is Best For:

  • Target Practice & Training
  • Home & Personal Defense
  • Tactical & Security Detail Use

Unique Features:

Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, Sellier & Bellot's 9mm Luger 124gr FMJ ammo comes from one of the world's most established ammunition makers, promising unmatched quality and dependability. Its reloadable brass casing not only enhances its longevity and value but also ensures consistent shooting performance that both novice and seasoned shooters can rely on.

About Sellier & Bellot:

Sellier & Bellot, one of the oldest ammunition manufacturers in the world, has been producing high-quality ammunition since 1825. Known for their innovation, reliability, and precision, they have become a favorite among shooters globally. Their products are made in the Czech Republic, in the picturesque town of Vlašim, where they combine centuries-old traditions with the latest technological advancements to create exceptional ammunition.

In conclusion, Sellier & Bellot's 9mm Luger 124gr FMJ ammunition stands out for its reliability, accuracy, and quality, making it an exceptional choice for shooters aiming to enhance their performance at the range or in competitive settings. It offers the perfect blend of precision engineering and shooting efficiency, ensuring that every round meets the high expectations of today's discerning shooter.

Please note that this item is non-refundable and may be subject to shipping restrictions. For any questions or assistance, feel free to reach out to us at SouthernDefense.com. Our commitment is to ensure your shooting experience is exceptional in every way.

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  • 5
    S&B 124 grain has NEVER failed me.

    Posted by Charles Mayer on Oct 17, 2023

    I have shot both 115 & 124 grain of the S&B for years, without any failures through many Glocks, Caniks, my Sig and others I own. Most recently I use the 124 grain in my new Sar9. All of the aforementioned have been flawless using it and cleaner after the range sessions than “ other” comparably priced.

Sellier & Bellot 9mm Luger FMJ Ammo FAQ:

The precise manufacturing and consistent performance of Sellier & Bellot's 9mm Luger 124gr FMJ ammo make it a top choice for competitive shooters. Its balanced bullet weight and reliable accuracy help competitors shoot with confidence.

At 124 grains, the bullet strikes a balance between speed and impact force, offering a flat trajectory and manageable recoil. This weight is versatile, performing well in various shooting conditions and firearms.

FMJ rounds, like Sellier & Bellot's 124gr ammo, are preferred for practice due to their reliability, lower cost compared to defensive ammunition, and reduced barrel wear, making them ideal for frequent shooting sessions.

While primarily recommended for training and competitive shooting due to its FMJ design, Sellier & Bellot's 9mm ammo can be used for duty in scenarios where penetration is needed, though HP rounds are generally preferred for defense.

Sellier & Bellot utilizes non-corrosive, boxer primers in their 9mm ammo, ensuring reliable ignition and making the brass casings reloadable.