I noticed just recently that DRT now offers an FMJ load (in 9x19 only), and touts it as having a lead-free projectile. This 85gr bullet is explained as being ballistically matched to their 9mm frangible hollow point load, and is intended for training use. The FPS is listed as 1350, though one could probably get these going much faster if loaded to +P, which these are not. The brass is the standard DRT 9mm LUGER headstamp.
I pulled one bullet and found that I could not use my usual bullet pinching pliers to cut it in half, and I had to resort to bolt cutters. Over 60 seconds of having the cut bullet in a vice with a torch on it did not result in any molten metal, but it did become brittle and sort of squashed when I knocked it out. My guess is some sort of tin or aluminum metal (it is silver in color).
I have only seen this offered on the DRT website as of yet, and not with any retailers. I found it odd that when I opened the box, there was a date of “Jan 06 2015” stamped there, as if this were a production date. My only explanation for this is that they are a little ahead of themselves, and probably intend to show this new product off, along with their new .357sig frangible load at the SHOT show for 2015, and wanted to have a date that more immediately preceded the SHOT show dates (Jan 23rd).