9mm Polymer Coated Ammo Specs:
- Quantity: 50 rounds per box
- Bullet: 125 grain Total Polymer Jacket Truncated Cone (TPJTC)
- Velocity: 1100ft/s
- Casing: Once-fired, remanufactured, boxer-primed brass
- Manufacturer: Minuteman Munitions Inc.
Soft shooting, very accurate, no ftf , and clean . Been using them at matches since their inception.
A very accurate and reliable round. It pairs well with the 125 Grain Hollow Point round.
Thier polymer tipped ammo shoots clean and very little smoke...Love it
Fast shipping, reliable, accurate and clean ammo
Great shooting ammo,especially for steel. No jam,no FTC,and a clean barrel . Also very accurate (10 in an inch and a half at 25 yds,off hand ). Been using since their inception.
Good round for training, Most of my pistols like the heavier bullet . I have not had any problems with these rounds and great service from Minutman
Simple put. Consistent.
This ammo is great, just got back from trying it out. I put 300 rounds through my glock 34 gen 5, not issues at all. Ran perfectly. The recoil was light and it was accurate.
I am going to start using it as my go to competition ammo.
First time purchase- used at a 2 gun competition this weekend- ran fine in Canik elite s- no fte or ftf. iF price stays low will purchase again- truthfully I need the price below what I can get at Cabela’s and academy with added shipping to make it cost effective.....
I’ve seen polymer rounds on Youtube and wanted to give them a try, for whats its worth they are no different than copper jacketed rounds just a better value.
My only gripe was with the box they came boxed in, My package was abused by the shipping company and I lost a couple bullets through a large tear in the box corner.
I am planning to make a larger purchase because I blew through that 500 rounds very fast.
I have been wanting to purchase and shoot this ammo for a couple of years. Finally got an opportunity to try it. Shot approximately 100 rounds (gun range was closing) out of my Glock 17 Gen 4. Only had one malfunction. A stove pipe. Not sure why. My 10 year old daughter shot too and had zero malfunctions. Overall I liked it. Definitely buying more.
Good training ammo. Inexpensive, easy cleanup, reasonably accurate. Sig P320 & S&W M&P Core: few hundred rounds and Zero reliability issues. This ammo is a very good value! Will definitely purchase again.
This ammo shoots very soft and reliable. I have shoot thousands of these and have had 1 failure to fire. Very impressed with them. They do run a bit on the dirty side but still worth the money.
I have shot 3K rounds. I have only had one failure to fire. This ammo is very reliable and great for competition. Great price!!
I shoot this ammo in competition, and after nearly 6k rounds with out a problem this is all I’ll ever use
I bought my first 500 rounds of this 9mm Blue Bullet ammunition after reading many reviews from different sources. I have to say I was very impressed with the function and accuracy of this ammo. Great for inexpensive plinking. Will definitely buy again!
Functioned flawlessly in the ol' Sig P-229. A good product it seems!
My ruger PC carbine and glocks loves this ammo! It shoots clean and no malfunctions at all. I also have a colt combat commander with around 600 rounds and a awful dirty barrel! After about 100 rounds of this ammo it is clean and shiny! I love this ammo
I have been competing for few years now and always had stress from choosing the ammo, after using this 125gr reman I had no issue at all.
I shot about 8000rounds so far with no prob.
With Apex barrel on m&p, I was able to hit 1" @25yard with support, 2" @25yard with out support.
Price is very low compare to any other 125gr with brass casing.
I am using m&p9 4.25, 5 also have Alex barrel, and it cycles like butter.
I really like the feel of blue coat.
Thank you so much minuteman.
I use these for shooting steal and they have worked very well. I use aCZ 75 Tactical Sport and they will shoot about an inch group at 25 yards