The PMC Bronze .45 ACP 230-grain FMJ 1,000 round case is an excellent choice for the shooter interested in saving some money by buying ammo in bulk and spending more time putting rounds downrange.
PMC, which stands for Poongsan Munitions Corporation, is a South Korean manufacturer but do not let that scare you away from giving them a try. They have been in business since the 1970s, utilize American steel & copper and employ many Americans.
They also produce all the ammunition used by the South Korean military. This means that they can offer inexpensive, brass case ammunition perfect for the shooter looking for a cheaper option when practicing with their favorite .45 ACP.
Each .45 ACP 230 grain FMJ PMC Bronze round is produced utilizing a lead core full metal jacket bullet, first run reloadable brass case and a non-corrosive boxer primer. The PMC Bronze line produces less recoil than many of the competitors, making it ideal for longer range sessions and those who shoot a lot.
Plus, with a muzzle velocity of 830 feet per second and consistent accuracy, you will not be sacrificing performance for the sake of saving some money.
Reloaders can stretch their savings even further by recycling the brass multiple times.