Question:What's the ETA on these? Will they still be priced as they are listed?
Response:Hello, as of today we do not have an ETA on this Winchester 9mm ammo and when it will be back in stock. Please sign up to be notified by text of email when the ammo comes back in stock. Thank you for your patience and Thank you for visiting TargetSportsUSA.com
Question:I'm confused as to how this 53961 ammo can only be 356 ft lbs with a 115 grain projectile @ 1300 fps, when the Speer 53615 supposedly has greater energy - 368 ft lbs - with the same 115 gr projectile, but @ 1200 fps. Clearly, one of these is wrong.
Looking online at a kinetic energy calculator, this Speer 53961 should be making 432 ft lbs of energy, assuming the 1300 fps velocity and 115 gr mass numbers are correct. http://www.shooterscalculator.com/bullet-kinetic-energy.php
Can you explain?
Response:Hi Kevin, we will double check on the ballistics and update if needed. Thank you
Question:Just spoke with Speer, they confirmed that the velocity for this ammo is 1150 fps, which would mean that the muzzle energy is 338 ft lbs, certainly not +P.
Response:Thank you Kevin....
Question:What is the nose profile?
Is it as it show's in the picture as a flat-tip?
Response:Hi Mike, Speer Lawman CleanFire 8mm 115 Grain +P TMJ ammunition features a Round Nose Total Metal Jacket Lead Core Non-Magnetic bullet. Thank you for visiting TargetSportsUSA.com
Question:The nose profile in the picture shows a flat nose.
Can you confirm the nose profile.
Response:Speer Lawman CleanFire 8mm 115 Grain +P TMJ ammunition features a Round Nose Total Metal Jacket Lead Core Non-Magnetic bullet. Thank you for visiting TargetSportsUSA.com
Question:Hello, what does the +P represent? I was comparing the clean fire 9mm 115 grain +P ammo and the clean fire 9mm 147 grain ammo.
Response:+P stands for higher pressures which in turn translates into higher velocity. Thank you for visiting TargetSportsUSA.com
Question:What is the fps please?
Response:As of right now we do not have that information available, however we assume that is very close to 1300 fps and 356 ft. lbs Muzzle Energy. Thank you for visiting TargetSportsUSA.com