The Truth about Magtech Ammo:
True Shot gives you the low down on one of their most popular 9mm ammo brands.
I first learned about Magtech ammunition before I was in the firearms industry. Like a like of you, when I was new to firearms, I just bought was the range sold I didn’t know the difference between brands or grain weights, in this case they supplied Magtech 115 grain full metal jacket. I assumed my local range carried it because it was reliable and low priced. After doing my research, I learned that Magtech was so much more than just a quality product at a great price. I have run Magtech through my CZ’s, Sig, Springfield, HK’s and other guns with flawless reliability and accuracy. Magtech uses high-quality smokeless powder in boxer-primed brass which means that it is reloadable as well. We recommend this ammo for plinking and target practice. See chart below for specifications:
Since 1990, Magtech has become one of the most successful ammunition brands in the world, building its reputation on quality, consistency and reliability. With a complete line of ammunition that includes target shooting, self-defense and hunting ammo, Magtech has the ammunition you need. Their ammunition is built to SAAMI specification which creates the standards for safety, interchangeability, reliable and quality. Magtech ammunition is part of CBC Defense Ammunition and is exported to over 130 countries, meeting the needs of Military, Law Enforcement and the commercial markets. CBC Defense has become one of the largest ammunition manufactures in the world and is one of the largest suppliers of ammunition to NATO and allied forces worldwide. CBC was Created in Brazil in 1926 and today owns the CBC, Magtech Ammunition, MEN and Sellier & Bellot brands.
Whether you’re a novice or expert shooter, Magtech 9mm 115 grain ammunition will give you that consistency and reliability that you’re looking for at an aggressive price that will allow you to shoot more.
Thank you for watching this review on Magtech 9mm 115 grain ammunition. I’m Kyle reminding you to keep shooting.
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