Aguila Ammunition is known for producing quality handgun, rifle and shotgun ammunition at affordable prices for the everyman. For 2016, the company has expanded its 9mm offerings. Along with its popular 115-grain full-metal-jacket (FMJ) loadings, the company is now offering 117-grain jacketed hollow points (JHPs) in standard and +P loads. The +P JHP provides more energy for maximum penetration and controlled expansion. Accurate and effective, it’s made for critical situations when your personal safety is threatened.
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Two more 9mm introductions include Aguila’s 124-grain FMJ and 147-grain FMJ flat point (FMJFP). Originally made for the Mexican military and law enforcement, the hard-hitting 124-grain FMJ is now available to civilian shooters. It’s engineered so the crimp on the casing reduces potential for setback of the projectile. This round is perfect for home defense, tactical scenarios, right down to target shooting while the 147-grain FMJFP is perfect for range training without breaking the bank.
But Aguila’s not resting on its laurels. The company is also developing mini shotshells designed for over/under shotguns so you can increase your firepower. For more information, visit http://www.aguilaammo.com.
About Aguila Ammunition
Since 1961, Aguila has been dedicated to developing and manufacturing self-defense, recreational, hunting, law enforcement, and military ammunition. As one of the largest Rimfire manufacturers in the world, Aguila is proud to offer a wide array of ammo engineered for reliability and performance. And it all starts with a careful and extensive process of sourcing raw materials. Bottom line: Only choice materials enter our factory, so only choice products leave it. Guaranteed.
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Aguila Ammunition is manufactured in Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico, by Industrias Tecnos, S.A. de C.V. In 2011, Tecnos partnered with Texas Armament & Technology (Tx-AT) to begin a facility-wide MODOP, or Modernization and Optimization, project to truly redefine ammunition production and reliability.
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