9mm 100-Round GMJ Ammunition Pack

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  • 100-round pack
  • 9mm pistol cartridges
  • 115 grain
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    This GMJ ammunition pack is a great value with 100 rounds. This pack of 9mm pistol cartridges features 115-grain ammunition.

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    Important Made in USA Origin Disclaimer: For certain items sold by Walmart on Walmart.com, the displayed country of origin information may not be accurate or consistent with manufacturer information. For updated, accurate country of origin data, it is recommended that you rely on product packaging or manufacturer information.

    This GMJ ammunition pack is a great value with 100 rounds. This pack of 9mm pistol cartridges features 115-grain ammunition.


    9mm 100-Round GMJ Ammunition Pack:

    • 100-round pack
    • 9mm pistol cartridges
    • 115 grain
    • Model# WM51991

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    Caliber: 9 mm Millimeters
    Condition: New
    Manufacturer Part Number: WM51991
    Model: WM51991
    Brand: Federal Ammunition
    Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H): 4.00 x 2.50 x 2.25 Inches
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    Is this ammo for target or is it the live ammo for self denfense
    by Don 11/1/2012
    12 answers
    • A. Technically, any size or type of round can be used in defense. Afterall, FMJ's are used by the military during combat. It is interesting to note a main military strategy was to have the enemy use up their resources as much and as soon as possible. If a bullet killed on enemy, only one enemy was out of commission. But, if you only wounded him, you actually took an additional two out of commission. Two fighting soldiers had to carry the wounded to the back lines for medical care. It cost the military much more to care for and treat the wounded then it did to bury him. As to the question, both can be used as defense rounds. But the hollow points are safer to bystanders.
      by Lightwalker7/26/2016
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      by haye7/1/2016
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    • A. Juj
      by haye7/6/2016
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    • A. Target, GMJ is pretty much the same as FMJ. You'll want hollow points for self defense
      by RebelVet887/17/2016
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    • A. Do some research on how FMJ (full medal jacket) and HP (hollow points works). This is FMJ which is typically recommended for the range (not self defense). HP is recommended for self defense because the round will expand inside the target, dissipating force and slowing down the projectile (which equates to "stopping power" and theoretically reduces the likelihood that the round will pass through the target at high velocity and injure or kill an innocent by-standard behind your target). Most people carry hollow point ammunition for self defense. Walmart sells Winchester PDX1 Defender ammo (comes in a black box) check that out for your self-defense / carry rounds.
      by Hefley827/17/2016
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    • A. target
      by spark23237/24/2016
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    • A. It should probably just be used for target. This is not super high quality stuff but works great for target/plinking, especially for how dirt cheap it is!
      by spark23237/17/2016
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    • A. It's better for target ammo. For self defense, you want a hollow point or something similar for maximum bodily damage AND less over-penetration through walls/etc. FMJ ammo is not considered ideal for stopping an attacker.
      by OUAnthony7/17/2016
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    • A. i would say target.
      by pretyinpunk5/7/2016
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    • A. I would recommend using this ammo for Target and Training. Its always a good idea to just pay the extra money for good quality personal defense ammo.
      by ohioshooter7/26/2016
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    Glock recommends FMJ for their special barrels. Wondering if GMJ is safe for Glocks as well.
    by Mortician 11/15/2012
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    • A. GMJ is gilded metal jacket, just a different method of coating the metal core of the bullet from FMJ, shouldn't be a problem. The issue would be hollow points.
      by RebelVet887/17/2016
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    • A. Pretty sure GMT is a typo. This is FMJ ammo. It is safe for Glocks, and I have fired thousands of rounds of this and the .45 equivalent through my Glocks.
      by Hefley825/25/2016
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    • A. Yes you can use it in a Glock, it is guilded in cooper glock factory barrels with polygonal rifling do not like to shoot lead the lead sticks and makes higher pressures in the barrel, you can buy barrels for shooting cast lead bullets that just drop into you glock
      by weaponsmith7/11/2016
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    • A. Yes. I have fired hundreds through my Glock. "Gilded metal jacket (GMJ) is basically the same as full metal jacket (FMJ) in that it provides a metal casing on a bullet core. The difference in the two metal jackets is the method of application. The full metal jacket (FMJ) is a casing that is applied to the core while the gilded metal jacket (GMJ) is plated directly on the core. For all intents and purposes, the GMJ rounds perform the same as FMJ rounds, but are less costly to manufacture, and therefore cost less to buy."
      by spark23237/17/2016
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    • A. It says FMJ on the box. The 1200 rounds that I've used between my Glock & XDm have worked GREAT. No jams or problems. It is a little dirty on the ends of both barrels but most brands are with that many rounds going through.
      by Arty70007/17/2016
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    • A. I use it in my Glock 19 and 26 all the time.
      by Valencman6/1/2016
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    • A. The item title is GMJ, but the box actually says "115 Grain FMJ RN." I compared the Walmart number and the serial number of my box to the ones listed above in the product description. So it appears these are actually FMJ. The only warning on the box in regards to which weapons it's safe for: "Do not use in firearms with ported barrels or ported recoil compensators." Hope this helps.
      by OUAnthony4/19/2016
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    • A. if your asking about the federal 100 round pack , i have shot it in my springfield xd and it loved it. no jams. springfield is some what like the glock.
      by pretyinpunk5/7/2016
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    • A. Yes. Perfectly fine.
      by An anonymous customer5/7/2016
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    In the add for the 100 rounds, what is the GMJ stand for, I have seen the FMJ (Full Metal Jacket)?
    by TBQ 11/1/2012
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    • A. Gilded Metal Jacket, just a different process used be the manufacture to coat the bullet. For all intents and purposes basically the same as FMJ
      by RebelVet887/27/2016
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    • A. Pretty sure that's a typo. This is FMJ ammo.
      by Hefley825/7/2016
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    • A. This is my understanding. GMJ (guilded metal jacket) is mainly a marketing thing so it sounds different than regular ammunition. Some manufacturers have special, super secret, hush hush proprietary methods of bonding the bullet jacket to the core to prevent separation, and they call it guilding. I believe it has to do with the copper content of the jacket. Instead of pure copper, there's some zinc in there, i believe. I think FMJs are pure copper. It should pretty much look like and perform like FMJ.
      by jmajik7/5/2016
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    • A. The differance is the whole bullet is encased in FMJ full metal jacket and gmjsome call guilded but it is graduated which is the end of the bullet is not covered making the round less stable to penetrate,for which FMJ is mage for armor penetration or thick hide/materials without loseing its form and holding together better.Hollow points are for protection and close range as they expand upon leaving the barrel and mushroom for a tearing guoging type hole,which you will find in golden sabres by remington called cehp or chp ,cutting edge or cutting hollow point.Best made for protection unless your oponet/enemy has a vest then FMJ gets it done,depending on the round size.
      by outerlimitsfarms7/11/2016
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    • A. This is FMJ. The website is mistaken. It says "FMJ" on the box.
      by Tdaddy19795/7/2016
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    • A. gilded metal jacket (GMJ) is basically the same as full metal jacket (FMJ) in that it provides a metal casing on a bullet core. The difference in the two metal jackets is the method of application. The full metal jacket (FMJ) is a casing that is applied to the core while the gilded metal jacket (GMJ) is plated directly on the core. For all intents and purposes, the GMJ rounds perform the same as FMJ rounds, but are less costly to manufacture, and therefore cost less to buy.
      by spark23237/5/2016
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    • A. The box actually says FMJ. GMJ appears nowhere on the box. The box and this item have identical Walmart numbers and serial numbers.
      by OUAnthony5/7/2016
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    • A. Guilded Metal Jacket. No idea what (if ANY) difference there is from FMJ.
      by An anonymous customer2/22/2016
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    • A. GMJ stands for Gilded metal jacket. The jacket around the ball is not pure copper. It will contain about 95% copper and 5% zinc or another filler metal.
      by gunningpreacherutah7/24/2016
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