Classic Match 9mm 147GR FMJ
Velocity: 920 FPS ±
Overall Length (OAL): 1.145”
Power Factor: 130
USE/SPORT: IDPA, USPSA, Steel Challenge, Bianchi Cup, PPC
Been testing all sorts of ammo including match from Atlanta and other Factories. This is the best combination of soft shooting and group size. Using a Sig factory barrel and will test same thru a Bar-Sto barrel I just got. Twist rates are way different so that will be the test for sure. This in Elite is good but a bit snappier and groups just na wee bit larger
Shot this and love the soft shooting for sure. Groups size is not better and almost anything else. I have a a 1:10 barrel so maybe a 1:16 would be better. Trying to make this work as the recoil sets it apart from the rest. Ordered a Bar-Sto barrel and will try it again. did order more to test
Ordered 8 boxes (400 rounds) to chrono for nationals. Picked 1 round from each box. Here are my readings from a Glock 34. OAT (outside air temperature 97 F.
147 premium Atlanta arms.
FPS (feet per second)
Making an average Power Factor of 132-135.
Atlanta Arms is the best. This is my match ammo, and when it was on sale for Merica day, I didn't have a choice, I had to buy another case!
This is the perfect round for IDPA competition. Even though I handload my rounds, I don't want to go to a match and experience ammo issues, FTF, etc. That is why, if I'm going to a competition, I'm taking Atlanta Arms with me.
Last minute decision to start shooting USPSA again...Needed some 9mm to run in a CZ. This ammo ran flawlessly with a chrony of 129. Excellent stuff!
this round has been my vp9 favorite...impacts the steel with much more authority than any 115s and grouped 15 round in a 2" hole @ 20 yards
I am new to competition shooting (and completely obsessed). Running this 147 grain match grade ammo was a dream this past weekend at my local IDPA match. I ordered 5 boxes to "see how I liked the ammo"... I will be ordering cases from here on out.