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Ouachita Parish Sheriff'S Dept
(318) 329-1238
Airport Rd
Monroe, LA
Marcsmans Custom Guns
(318) 396-6319
327 Hwy 546
West Monroe, LA
Fowler, A J
393 Lamourie Rd
Lecompte, LA
House Of Pawn Inc
381 Hwy 165 North
Oakdale, LA
Chuck'S Town & Country General Store Inc
12893 Hwy 84 W
Trout, LA
Marksman Custom Guns
Monroe, LA
Tomorrows Weapons
204 Milky Way
Pineville, LA
Lacour Industries
439 Hwy 1186
Mansura, LA
South Circle Jewelry & Loan Inc
2410 S Macarthur Dr
Alexandria, LA
Descant Enterprises
65 Ross Ln
Alexandria, LA

New Hornady Steel Match Handgun Ammo

New ammo from Hornady lets shooters fire more rounds for less money without sacrificing performance or power factor.

Steel Match handgun loads are available in 9mm, .40 S&W and .45 ACP.

Grand Island, NE--Featuring Hornady HAP (Hornady Action Pistol) handgun bullets, Steel Match ammunition is loaded at the Hornady factory with optimized propellant for each load that provides consistency and the highest levels of accuracy. Utilizing polymer coated steel cartridge cases, and non-corrosive berdan primers, Steel Match ammunition delivers Hornady quality and performance, but with an economical price (saves as much as 40% when compared to brass case match ammo).

Steel Match .40 S&W and .45 Auto loads all meet IDPA/ IPSC/USPSA “Major” power factor performance criteria, but are kept to moderate velocities to deliver only mild recoil for reduced muzzle jump and fast recovery on target. Additionally, Steel Match 9mm meets “Minor” power factor criteria.

For more information, visit Hornady's Steel Match webpage ....

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