This American-made ammo is perfect for target shooting because its bullet is so basic. The 95 grain FMJ doesn’t have any fancy tricks up its sleeve – just a solid lead core coated in shiny gilding metal. Use an FMJ when you want smooth feeding and low barrel fouling, but don’t need terminal expansion to neutralize a threat more effectively. The bullet of choice for shooting inanimate objects!
Remington UMC label ammo always has nonmagnetic bullets, so you don’t have to worry about taking it to the range only to be told you can’t fire it there. You’ll still have to clean your handgun after firing this ammo – especially if you go through the whole bucket – but Remington’s low-fouling powder and non-corrosive primer make the job easier. Those are Boxer primers, specifically, which alongside this ammo’s new brass cases make it handloader-friendly.