Back in the day when you purchased ammunition the colors of the round reflected the metals used to form and produce the actual projectile. Copper jacketed rounds are copper colored, steel rounds are gray, etc. Well times have changed, and colored ammunition is growing in popularity. Producing colored ammunition is a simple concept. You apply a coat of material that allows you to customize your ammo. The coatings used are typically done in one of two ways. The first is powder coating. The second more modern method is a polymer coating, which takes the place of a copper jacket on a round of ammunition.
Polymer jacketed ammunition is likely the future of handgun ammunition. It offers substantial benefits over copper jacketed ammunition and is becoming quite popular with high volume shooters. If you start shopping for colored poly coated ammo you’ll find there are two big ammunition manufacturers out there making it. The first being Shooter’s Ammunition, sold at BulkAmmostore.com. The second is Federal Premium American Eagle Syntech®. Before we dive into what separates these two lines of ammunition let's address what they have in common. Both rounds have reduced perceived recoil as well as increased accuracy.
We take pride in knowing that Shooter’s Ammunition is built with only premium components. We’ve been selective, or as some would say we’ve been picky, when choosing components. This may be to the dismay of some companies who sell components, but it's to please the most important people, our customers. Simply saying we use premium components is hardly enough of a reason for you to believe us. We’d prefer to tell you why we use premium components, and the components we use. One of the biggest reason we use premium components is that there is nothing in the shooting world worse than pulling the trigger.