One of the very BEST self defense or home defense 45 ACP ammo is definitely Lehigh Defense 45 ACP 170 grain Controlled Fracturing.
Lehigh Defense designs and manufactures some of the most advanced ammunition you’ll find. Every component is selected or designed with self defense in mind. The bullets are custom made for maximum destruction and stopping power.
First class everything here…packaging, brass, powder, primers and of course bullets.
Notice the special bullet design. The longitudinal cuts maximize expansion and tissue destruction. The bullets are solid copper and super precision made.
Have you ever seen bullets like these?
If you are looking for the BEST self defense or home defense 45 ACP ammo then you need to take a look at Lehigh Defense for the ultimate defensive ammo. Super accurate and reliable. These are 45 ACP. I keep them in my Glock 21.
Parabellum Research is an ammunition manufacturer located in Texas or better put, “made in America”. They produce high quality ammo for practice, target shooting or SHTF type scenarios. It is available using new brass or once used brass. There is a wide selection of bullets available from FMJ to lead to various hollow points.
Parabellum Research uses the latest reloading equipment and high quality components. All rounds are inspected and gauged to ensure they meet specifications before shipping. They’re prices are very competitive.
I bought a box of 100 rounds of 45 ACP.
100 rounds are packaged loose in a sturdy cardboard box. Very nice.
You would never know this brass is once fired. It looks new.
230 grain FMJ’s
It just really nice ammo at a very reasonable price. $36.80 for a box of 100.
Tulammo ammunition is manufactured by Tula Cartridge Works located in Tula, Russia. It was founded in 1880 and is one of the largest ammunition plants in the world. They have to be doing something right if they can stay in business for 125 years right?
Tulammo 45 ACP ammunition can be used for target shooting and/or combat situations like SHTF scenarios. Various handguns were used for testing purposes by Tula Cartridge Works. They were the Glock 21, Sig Sauer, H&K and the 1911 pistols. This ammunition complies with CIP requirements.
Tulammo 45 acp ammo is loaded with polymer coated steel cases and either copper or bimetal bullets. The steel cases are soft or annealed to allow the case to expand upon firing, filling the chamber. The steel cases are much softer than a gun barrel and will not damage the barrel. The polymer coating prevents corrosion and provides smooth feeding and easy extraction. The polymer coating will not melt or accumulate in the chamber and cause sticky extraction. This is a myth. Lacquer coatings do not melt or cause extraction/ejection issues either.
Bimetal bullets have jackets made from layers of soft steel and copper. The core of all bimetal bullets is LEAD. Only the jackets are steel and copper. The steel and copper jackets are soft and will not damage gun barrels.
Tulammo 45 acp ammunition has non-corrosive primers and powder. The primers are boxer type. I really like the dark cases….it won’t give away your position.
Tulammo 45 acp ammo is loaded with 230 grain FMJ bullets at a muzzle velocity of 850 fps. The maximum pressure is 19,900 psi.
Tulammo ammo may seem dirtier than other ammo but let me explain this. It’s not dirty ammo and in fact the powder used in Tulammo is very clean burning and efficient. There will be more powder residue in the firearm because of the steel case. Steel cases do not expand as well as brass cases and therefore do not seal the chamber like brass does. And so gases escape past the case and into the chamber and action. This is why people say it is “dirty”. You will also notice that the residue is easier to clean than other ammo. It wipes off easily.