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2 Major Florida Agencies Adopt National Police Ammunition (NPA) Z-Clean Ammunition

May 02, 2016  | 

Z-Clean Ammunition (Photo: National Police Ammo)
Z-Clean Ammunition (Photo: National Police Ammo)

National Police Ammunition (NPA) announced its proprietary Z-Clean ammunition has been adopted by two of Florida's largest law enforcement agencies: the Orange County Sheriff's Office and the City of Miami Police Department. Z-Clean is used for state required qualifications and training in lead-free range facilities. Z-Clean is designed to be a cost-effective lead-free ammunition featuring a 100% zinc projectile, lead-free primer, and match-grade accuracy.

The Z-Clean ammunition line along with the frangible C3 (Compressed Copper Cartridge), which features a happy face on the nose of most cartridges to identify the product as lead free, will be available to commercial dealers under the new Alchemist Ammunition brand at alchemistammunition.com. Greater product details can be found on npammo.com and the commercial dealer site alchemistammunition.com.

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