NRA Gun Gear of the Week: Aguila Ammunition’s 9 mm Lugers

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posted on January 21, 2018
From 115 grs. to 147, round-nose FMJs to hollow points and flat points, Aguila Ammunition’s five offerings in 9 mm Luger run the gamut, and provide shooters with variety and value. Most of the ammunition is best suited for range use, but shooters will find that despite modest over-the-counter prices, Aguila cartridges exhibit consistent quality. Most people may not know that Aguila actually manufactures all components of its cartridges, save the propellant, and in addition to its facilities south of the border, Aguila is expanding its American operations in Texas. American Rifleman’s Joe Kurtenbach has had the opportunity to shoot a lot of Aguila’s offering, and offers his take in this week’s NRA Gun Gear of the week video.
    
              




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