Syntech PCC 9mm Luger 130 Grain

Syntech PCC 9mm Luger 130 Grain

Part # AE9SJPC1
  • Grain Weight: 130
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Product Overview

Introducing a 9mm Luger load specifically designed for use in carbines. Syntech PCC™ is built to meet the exhaustive demands of fast-pace Pistol Caliber Carbine competitions, with flawless function in carbine platforms. Velocity and accuracy are optimized for long gun barrel lengths, with a bullet profile that provides excellent accuracy and reliable feeding in a variety of carbine platforms. Like all Syntech loads, Syntech PCC features the one-of-a-kind TSJ® projectile, which uses a polymer jacket to eliminate metal fouling and drastically reduce damaging barrel heat and friction. The bullet style also minimizes splash-back on steel targets. Its exclusive Catalyst™ primer provides hot, reliable ignition without the use of lead or other heavy metals.

  • 9mm Luger load specifically designed for use in carbines
  • Velocities optimized for longer barrels
  • Bullet profile designed for reliable feeding in carbine platforms
  • Catalyst high-performance lead-free primer
  • Total Synthetic Jacket prevents metal fouling
  • Drastically reduces barrel heat and friction
  • Minimizes splash-back on hard targets


Caliber 9mm Luger
Grain Weight 130
Bullet Style Syntech Jacket Flat Nose
Muzzle Velocity 1140
Test Barrel Length In 16
Package Quantity 50
Usage Target Shooting


Velocity in feet per second
Muzzle 25 Y 50 Y 75 Y 100 Y
1140 1086 1042 1004 972
Energy in Foot Pounds
Muzzle 25 Y 50 Y 75 Y 100 Y
375 341 313 291 273
Average Range
25 Y 50 Y 75 Y 100 Y
-0.9 -3.9 -8.9
Height of bullet trajectory in inches above or below line of sight if zeroed at 25 yards. Sights 0.9 inches above bore line.



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My results were underwhelming
I had high hopes that ammo made specifically for PC carbines would help me at 100 yards. Of course, 100 yards is farther than what PC carbines are intended for. I suppose my expectations were simply to high. For my purposes, I used a Keltec Sub2000 and a CZ Scorpion, both with about 16 inch barrels. I used Blazer 115 grain, Federal Syntech PCC 130 grain and Federal Syntech 150 grain for my test at 100 yards. Both carbines made 6-7 groups with Blazer 115 grain and Federal Syntech 150 grain ammo. My best estimate with the Federal Syntech PCC 130 grain ammo is that my groups were somewhere around 16-18 inches in diameter. Both of these carbines are really accurate and make tiny groups at 50 yards with Blazer 115 grain ammo. I will have to try to compare the 150 grain and 130 grain PCC ammo to my typical 115 grain Blazer at 50 yards next time I made it to the range. At 100 yards, my little test was a disappointment. Yes, I expected and hoped for something unrealistic, but these were my results. Make of this what you will.
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