Liberty Ammunition Introduces 10mm Auto into its Civil Defense Lineup

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Liberty Ammunition, the global leader in high performance, lead-free ammunition for military, law enforcement and civilian markets, is pleased to announce the 10mm Auto as the newest addition to its Civil Defense line of high performance personal defense ammunition. The 10mm Auto is ideal for personal defense, tactical use and for hunting. Liberty’s high-performance ammunition delivers approximately twice the velocity, three times the terminal effect, 30% more energy transfer, noticeable reductions in felt recoil, while considerably reducing the weight of all loaded weapons.

In testing at Liberty’s production facility, the Civil Defense 10mm Auto achieved velocities greater than 2,400 FPS, creating 780 FPE. This velocity is nearly double that of standard 10mm ammo. The Civil Defense line of lead-free ammunition features nickel-plated, solid copper projectiles and nickel-plated brass cases. Every round exceeds match-grade quality in performance.

Liberty’s deep cavity, hollow-point projectile is designed to fragment in soft tissue, resulting in a much greater transfer of kinetic energy to the target while providing three times the terminal effects of traditional, lead-based ammo in comparable calibers. Due to the proprietary design of the projectile and its solid copper construction, Civil Defense ammunition also provides exceptional performance on hard targets such as drywall, car doors, auto glass and leather/denim without sacrificing any performance in soft tissue.

Civil Defense Ammunition Specifications:

10mm Auto
Copper Monolithic, Hollow-Point, Fragmenting, Lead-Free, Personal Defense Round
60 gr.
>2,400 FPS
Kinetic Energy:
>780 FPE
>2″ @ 25mtrs
Terminal Effect:
4 -1/2″ W x 12″ D
MSRP (20 rd box):
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