Ammo InStock: Koenig Match 9mm 110 Grain HP Ammunition 50rnd $48.99 FREE S&H

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Koenig Match 9mm 110 Grain HP Ammunition Deal OP3a
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USA – -( Optics Planet has a in-stock Koenig Match 9mm Luger 110 Grain Hollow Point Brass Pistol Ammunition in 50 round boxes for $48.99 with FREE shipping. This is a high-quality match grade 9mm with reloadable brass.

Koenig Match 9mm Luger 110 Grain Hollow Point Brass 1150 Pistol AmmunitionBuy Now Gun Deals

KOENIG Competition is a new line of ammunition created with custom configuration by Doug Koenig and the help of several industry-leading manufacturers. The cartridge features a lighter 110-grain JHP bullet and a load specified for speed and better balance while competing.

Available in 9mm and 38 Super, testing showed optimal performance with each caliber hitting 1″ groupings at 50 yards. For sporting pistol shooters looking to try a new round developed by for match competition look no further, the new KOENIG Competition round is made with higher quality components and backed by a name you can trust.


The lighter 110-grain bullet is loaded specifically to provide better balance and speed for competition shooters and defense. Though the variance in the mass and weight of the projectile compared to similar rounds may seem negligible, it is a difference you can feel. Debuting in 9mm JHP and .38 Super JHP, the KOENIG Competition and Defense lines are available now through select dealers.

Specifications for Koenig Match 9mm Luger 110 Grain Hollow Point Brass 1150 Pistol Ammunition:

  • Caliber: 9mm Luger
  • Number of Rounds: 50
  • Bullet Type: Hollow Point
  • Bullet Weight: 110 grain
  • Cartridge Case Material: Brass
  • Muzzle Velocity: 1150 ft/s
  • Package Type: Box
  • Primer Location: Centerfire

Ammo InStock: Koenig Match 9mm 110 Grain HP Ammunition 50rnd $48.99 FREE S&H

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unknown delivery date.


I don’t want/need ammunition that’s on a “maybe we can get some to you SOME day” backorder.

Dave in Fairfax

Iktraz, That’s the beauty of the free market system. Nobody is forcing you to buy it. If you had foresight, and kept a good supply at all times, you aren’t desperately looking to get some now. If you were deficient in your preps, then you need to get ammo and are being told what may be available. It’s a question of personal responsibility. The bottom line is do you “need” the ammo or not. If you only “want” some MORE ammo, then you can afford to wait and see if the price goes down. If you “need” the ammo, then… Read more »