FN's uncompromising demand for quality, Federal's unmatched production standards and Hornady's superior V-Max design come together in the iconic 5.7x28mm SS197SR Sporting Cartridge. Often recognized by sight with its diminutive size and bright blue polymer tip, the SS197SR is instantly identified as the prototypical FN 5.7 round. Top of the line components include a Hornady V-Max polymer tip to provide laser like accuracy with devastating terminal performance. The SS197SR is truly a do it all cartridge. From varmint hunting and self-defense to target shooting or competition the SS197SR can do it all. When you think "FN 5.7", you're really thinking of the SS197SR 5.7x28mm Sporting Cartridge.
|Manufacturer Part Number||10700017|
|Muzzle Velocity (FPS)||2,034|
|Caliber||5.7 X 28MM|
|Ammo Bullet Type||Ballistic Tip|
|Ammo Casing Material||Brass|
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