The ammo 9mm 124 , shoots great , grouping Is real good ,but with à Shadow 2, the power at 136 Is a bit high Could be closer to 130.
Very consistent! OAL, power factor, powder load. I got a box of 50 as sample while competing on the 2023 Canadian PCC Nationals at Halifax. When we got back to BC we tested, consistent feeding, very tight OAL variance (hardly measureable on our vernier), chrono'd consistent. We pulled a few to check powder weight, all consistent within .01 grain.
Tested on our Shadow 2 guns, B&T GHM9, P10F, Glock, Sig P320.
Also had a tour of their manufacturing facilities, I am impressed by their process, the amount of QA and the equipment.
Great guys dedicated to what they do.
Bough another 2000 rounds to use for 2023 Canadian IPSC Handgun Nationals.
I switched to using FH munition 9mm ammo at the beginning of this year for all my competitive shooting. In the past I have dealt with squibs and high variance in velocity and accuracy from remanufactured ammo or my own loads (and in some cases, factory ammo).
I'm pleased to say that after ~3500 rounds through my PCC and about the same through my Shadow 2, I have yet to encounter a single quality issue with FH munition ammo. From the Shadow I average just over 2" at 25yds regardless of the pistol's cleanliness, and a very surprising 2.2MOA at 150yds with my Raven.
With FH ammo in 2023, I now have a national title in PCC, a win at Saskatchewan provincials, and 8 IPSC Alberta match wins with much of the season still to go. When I fly to Manitoba next week to defend my production optics national title, one worry I will not have to think about is my ammo.
There is now factory 9mm and 5.56mm being produced in Canada to the same standards as major manufacturers globally. When you choose FH munition, be confident you have chosen quality.
I’ve shot a little over 5000 rounds of FH Munition 124 gr. 9mm so far, and it’s been flawless. Consistent, accurate, and goes bang every time. I’m a competitive IPSC shooter and I use this for practice and competition ammo. I used to shoot Federal Premium, but I have made the switch over to FH and I am a lot happier with the results. Love this stuff!
Currently, the ammo is being manually inspected with EGW SAAMI minimum spec gauge; Inspectors also perform a visual check on each tray of ammo while case gauging them.
FH Munition Inc tests the ammo frequently to ensure the proper specs are met. With the help from elite IPSC competition shooters, FH Munition can keep the quality on the top of the line.