Elite | 9mm | 100GR FMJ Steel Challenge

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Elite Ammo - 9mm 100GR FMJ Steel Challenge

This Elite 100GR Full Metal Jacket Steel Challenge ammunition is designed and manufactured for a specific purpose/objective.
This round is developed by some of the best shooters in the game to give you the ultimate advantage in your next match.
** Steel Challenge ammunition is a reduced recoil load. Pressures remain sufficient to produce standard operation G17 testing, but MAY require alternative recoil springs in larger/heavier firearms.
Bullet: 100 GR FMJ

Velocity: 1090 ±

Overall Length (OAL): 

USE/SPORT: Steel Challenge Competition
Box: 50 Rounds
Case: 1000 Rounds

7 Reviews

  • 5

    Posted by Anonymous on Mar 9th 2020

    Great ammo. I already load soft ammo, so I have not noticed a significant difference between AA and my 147gr lads but AA does have very soft recoil. What really caught my attention is how accurate the ammo is. At 12 yards, I shot inside the 10 ring without much trying (I was concentrating on the felt recoil, not accuracy). Now, my CZ is very accurate but the ammo is superb. Recommend it highly

  • 5
    100gr 9mm “Steel Challenge” ammo

    Posted by Patrick Nolan on Jan 30th 2020

    I love it. This is a smooth-shooting accurate ammo. Tried it days before and then in a match this month. I highly recommend it. AA is also a great company to do business with.

  • 5
    The best in specialized ammo

    Posted by Bruce Warren on May 24th 2019

    Where else can you find ammo loaded for a specific game? Accurate, reliable and clean.

  • 5
    Great Steel Challenge ammo

    Posted by Howard Taylor on Apr 24th 2019

    Cycles perfectly in STI DVC Steel with 7# spring

  • 5
    Great steel ammo

    Posted by Jeff Jones on Apr 22nd 2019

    Works in every gun, shoot soft

  • 4
    Great ammo, horrible shipping container

    Posted by Dan from Stamford on Apr 15th 2019

    Ammo is great and I will buy more (assuming AA fixes it’s shipping issues). Cleaner than almost anything I have used, and almost felt like a 22 caliber. After two hundred rounds out of my 9mm Wilson, the barrel was clean after a wet patch, a few passes with a brass brush, one more wet patch, and finally a few dry patches. Accuracy was great, especially for such a low power round.
    I am taking a star away due to order fulfillment issues. Would have thought this high end ammo would have been shipped double boxed. Each 50 round box of ammo tightly arranged inside a larger cardboard box. Which was then shipped via FedEx. And my ammo it arrived, all the corners of the outer cardboard shipping box where slightly rounded. Granted, Atlanta Arms cannot stop delivery drivers from dropping these heavy boxes on the corners, as opposed to gently putting each box straight down. Or, Atlanta Arms cannot prevent boxes stacked up inside a delivery truck from tipping over and falling onto the delivery truck floor. After all, the truck makes sharp corners and goes over rough bumpy roads. This all means some of the individual boxes of ammo were also crushed on the corners. While I don’t think the ammo suffered, I could see where it could have. I don’t even care about the aesthetics of the 50 round boxes of ammo. But when some of these boxes are crushed to the point that ammo is just about falling out of them, this is an issue. Which Atlanta Arms could solve by simply packing what they normally ship inside an additional cardboard box. So, outer cardboard shipping box in addition to what the already do. This might add a few dollars to the shipping cost, which I would gladly pay. Tell you what, give the customer the choice to purchase extra boxing for an additional fee. Bet most would select that option. That said, even cut rate internet ammo sellers double box. As do all other high end ammo sellers. Save for Atlanta Arms. Why?

  • 5
    Seriously the best 9mm ammo you can buy for Steel Challenge

    Posted by Chris on Dec 26th 2018

    Makes my open gun feel like a .22. Much faster transitions from target to target, yet still enough gas pressure to work the comp and cycle the action. I have a stainless Kimber 1911 with a 2 port STI TruBore barrel. Every round went bang. It groups very well and hits where I point it.

    What else could a competitive shooter ask for.