These are American-made cartridges, loaded specifically for range use as evidenced by their 115 grain full metal jacket projectiles. A lightweight 9mm bullet is cheaper to manufacture, and it also achieves a supersonic muzzle velocity without having to produce too much recoil in the process. The solid point FMJ is incapable of expansion – hence its better suitability for range use – but the absence of any steel in its core or its jacket makes it 100 percent nonmagnetic.
Remington UMC ammo is brass-cased, Boxer-primed and reloadable, and its just as clean-shooting as any of their specialty hunting or self-defense loads. This ammo is bulk-packaged, with all 1,000 rounds contained in the same case together.