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Developed by Georg Luger in 1902, the 9x19mm Luger has become the most popular handgun cartridge in the world – used by more than 60% of the world's law enforcement agencies. To shop 9mm ammo in bulk, check out our 9mm bulk ammo page. Although not the most powerful, the 9mm has mild recoil and stellar accuracy compared to other cartridges in its class. Learn More
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  1. MAXX Tech 9mm Ammo - 50 Rounds of 124 Grain FMJ Ammunition

    $20.99

    104 In stock now

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +10
    Bullet type 124 Grain
    Primer Type Boxer
    Casing Type Brass
    Condition New
    • 50 Rounds
    • 42.0¢ per round
    • Made by MaxxTech
  2. Igman 9mm Ammo - 50 Rounds of 124 Grain FMJ Ammunition

    $20.99

    132 In stock now

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +10
    Bullet type 124 Grain
    Primer Type Boxer
    Casing Type Brass
    Condition New
    Muzzle Velocity 1115 FPS
    Muzzle Energy 343 ft lbs
    • 50 Rounds
    • 42.0¢ per round
    • Made by Igman Ammunition
  3. Federal American Eagle 9mm Ammo - 100 Rounds of 115 Grain FMJ Ammunition

    $41.99

    83 In stock now

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +10
    Bullet type 115 Grain
    Primer Type Boxer
    Casing Type Brass
    Condition New
    Muzzle Velocity 1180 FPS
    Muzzle Energy 356 ft lbs
    • 100 Rounds
    • 42.0¢ per round
    • Made by Federal
  4. Winchester Active Duty 9mm Ammo - 100 Rounds of 115 Grain FMJ Ammunition

    $41.99

    121 In stock now

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +10
    Bullet type 115 Grain
    Primer Type Boxer
    Casing Type Brass
    Condition New
    Muzzle Velocity 1320 FPS
    Muzzle Energy 445 ft lbs
  5. Winchester 9mm Ammo - 200 Rounds of 115 Grain FMJ Ammunition

    $84.99

    78 In stock now

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +10
    Bullet type 115 Grain
    Primer Type Boxer
    Condition New
    Muzzle Velocity 1190 FPS
    Muzzle Energy 362 ft lbs
  6. Ammo Inc. Streak 9mm Ammo - 200 Rounds of 124 Grain TMJ Non-Incendiary Visual Tracer Ammunition

    $84.99

    65 In stock now

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +10
    Bullet type 124 Grain
    Primer Type Boxer
    Casing Type Brass
    Condition New
    Muzzle Velocity 1065 FPS
    Muzzle Energy 312 ft lbs
    • 200 Rounds
    • 42.5¢ per round
    • Made by Streak
  7. Federal Syntech 9mm Ammo - 500 Rounds of 115 Grain Total Synthetic Jacket Ammunition

    $219.99

    36 In stock now

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +10
    Bullet type 115 Grain
    Primer Type Boxer
    Casing Type Brass
    Condition New
    Muzzle Velocity 1130 FPS
    Muzzle Energy 326 ft lbs
    • 500 Rounds
    • 44.0¢ per round
    • Made by Federal
  8. Stelth 9mm Ammo - 1000 Rounds of 165 Grain TMJ Subsonic Ammunition

    $439.99

    10 In stock now

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +10
    Bullet type 165 Grain
    Primer Type Boxer
    Casing Type Brass
    Condition New
    Muzzle Velocity 800 FPS
    Muzzle Energy 234 ft lbs
    • 1000 Rounds
    • 44.0¢ per round
    • Made by Stelth
  9. Federal Syntech PCC 9mm Ammo - 500 Rounds of 130 Grain Total Synthetic Jacket Ammunition

    $224.99

    31 In stock now

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +10
    Bullet type 130 Grain
    Primer Type Boxer
    Casing Type Brass
    Condition New
    Muzzle Velocity 1140 FPS
    Muzzle Energy 375 ft lbs
    • 500 Rounds
    • 45.0¢ per round
    • Made by Federal
  10. American Ballistics 9mm Ammo - 50 Rounds of 124 Grain FMJ Ammunition

    $22.99

    19 In stock now

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +10
    Bullet type 124 Grain
    Primer Type Boxer
    Casing Type Brass
    Condition New
    Muzzle Velocity TBD FPS
    Muzzle Energy TBD ft lbs
    • 50 Rounds
    • 46.0¢ per round
    • Made by American Ballistics
  11. PMC 9mm Ammo - 50 Rounds of 115 Grain FMJ Ammunition

    $23.75

    144 In stock now

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +10
    Bullet type 115 Grain
    Primer Type Boxer
    Casing Type Brass
    Condition New
    Muzzle Velocity 1150 FPS
    Muzzle Energy 338 ft lbs
    • 50 Rounds
    • 47.5¢ per round
    • Made by PMC
  12. Federal Syntech Action Pistol 9mm Ammo - 500 Rounds of 150 Grain Total Synthetic Jacket Ammunition

    $237.99

    54 In stock now

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +10
    Bullet type 150 Grain
    Primer Type Boxer
    Casing Type Brass
    Condition New
    Muzzle Velocity 890 FPS
    Muzzle Energy 264 ft lbs
    • 500 Rounds
    • 47.6¢ per round
    • Made by Federal
  13. Federal 9mm Ammo - 50 Rounds of 115 Grain FMJ Ammunition

    $23.99

    132 In stock now

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +10
    Bullet type 115 Grain
    Primer Type Boxer
    Casing Type Brass
    Condition New
    Muzzle Velocity 1180 FPS
    • 50 Rounds
    • 48.0¢ per round
    • Made by Federal
  14. Remington 9mm Ammo - 50 Rounds of 124 Grain MC Ammunition

    $23.99

    80 In stock now

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +10
    Bullet type 124 Grain
    Primer Type Boxer
    Casing Type Brass
    Condition New
    Muzzle Velocity 1100 FPS
    Muzzle Energy 339 ft lbs
    • 50 Rounds
    • 48.0¢ per round
    • Made by Remington
  15. Magtech 9mm Ammo - 50 Rounds of 115 Grain FMC Ammunition

    $23.99

    120 In stock now

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +10
    Bullet type 115 Grain
    Primer Type Boxer
    Casing Type Brass
    Condition New
    Muzzle Velocity 1135 FPS
    Muzzle Energy 330 ft lbs
    • 50 Rounds
    • 48.0¢ per round
    • Made by Magtech
  16. Sellier and Bellot 9mm Ammo - 50 Rounds of 124 Grain FMJ Ammunition

    $24.00

    88 In stock now

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +10
    Bullet type 124 Grain
    Primer Type Boxer
    Casing Type Brass
    Condition New
    Muzzle Velocity 1181 FPS
    Muzzle Energy 382 ft lbs
  17. Winchester Service Grade 9mm Ammo - 50 Rounds of 115 Grain FMJ Ammunition

    $24.75
    As low as $22.99 in bulk
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    105 In stock now

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +10
    Bullet type 115 Grain
    Primer Type Boxer
    Casing Type Brass
    Condition New
    Muzzle Velocity 1190 FPS
    Muzzle Energy 362 ft lbs
    • 50 Rounds
    • 46.0¢ to 49.5¢ per round
    • Made by Winchester
  18. Sellier and Bellot 9mm Ammo - 50 Rounds of 115 Grain FMJ Ammunition

    $24.99

    79 In stock now

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +10
    Bullet type 115 Grain
    Primer Type Boxer
    Casing Type Brass
    Condition New
    Muzzle Velocity 1280 FPS
    Muzzle Energy 418 ft lbs
  19. Remington 9mm Ammo - 50 Rounds of 115 Grain MC Ammunition

    $24.99

    72 In stock now

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +10
    Bullet type 115 Grain
    Primer Type Boxer
    Casing Type Brass
    Condition New
    Muzzle Velocity 1145 FPS
    Muzzle Energy 335 ft lbs
    • 50 Rounds
    • 50.0¢ per round
    • Made by Remington
  20. Winchester 9mm Ammo - 50 Rounds of 115 Grain FMJ Ammunition

    $24.99

    92 In stock now

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +10
    Bullet type 115 Grain
    Primer Type Boxer
    Casing Type Brass
    Condition New
    Muzzle Velocity 1190 FPS
    Muzzle Energy 362 ft lbs
  21. Federal American Eagle 9mm Ammo - 50 Rounds of 124 Grain TMJ Ammunition

    $24.99

    134 In stock now

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +10
    Bullet type 124 Grain
    Primer Type Boxer
    Casing Type Brass
    Condition New
    Muzzle Velocity 1120 FPS
    Muzzle Energy 345 ft lbs
    • 50 Rounds
    • 50.0¢ per round
    • Made by Federal
  22. Prvi Partizan 9mm Ammo - 50 Rounds of 124 Grain FMJ Ammunition

    $24.99

    89 In stock now

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +10
    Bullet type 124 Grain
    Primer Type Boxer
    Casing Type Brass
    Condition New
    Muzzle Velocity 1132 FPS
    Muzzle Energy 353 ft lbs
  23. Sellier and Bellot 9mm Ammo - 1000 Rounds of 115 Grain JHP Ammunition

    $499.99

    57 In stock now

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +10
    Bullet type 115 Grain
    Primer Type Boxer
    Casing Type Brass
    Condition New
    Muzzle Velocity 1237 FPS
    Muzzle Energy 391 ft lbs
  24. Prvi Partizan 9mm Ammo - 50 Rounds of 158 Grain FMJ Ammunition

    $25.99

    129 In stock now

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +10
    Bullet type 158 Grain
    Primer Type Boxer
    Casing Type Brass
    Condition New
    Muzzle Velocity 984 FPS
    Muzzle Energy 340 ft lbs
  25. Israeli Military Industries 9mm Ammo - 50 Rounds of 115 Grain FMJ Ammunition

    $25.99

    44 In stock now

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +10
    Bullet type 115 Grain
    Primer Type Boxer
    Casing Type Brass
    Condition New
    Muzzle Velocity TBD FPS
    Muzzle Energy TBD ft lbs
    • 50 Rounds
    • 52.0¢ per round
    • Made by Israeli Military Industries
  26. Federal Syntech Action Pistol 9mm Ammo - 50 Rounds of 150 Grain Total Synthetic Jacket Ammunition

    $25.99

    122 In stock now

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +10
    Bullet type 150 Grain
    Primer Type Boxer
    Casing Type Brass
    Condition New
    Muzzle Velocity 870 FPS
    Muzzle Energy 252 ft lbs
    • 50 Rounds
    • 52.0¢ per round
    • Made by Federal
  27. IMI Black Dot 9mm +P Ammo - 1000 Rounds of 124 Grain JHP Ammunition

    $519.99

    56 In stock now

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +10
    Bullet type 124 Grain
    Primer Type Boxer
    Casing Type Brass
    Condition New
    Muzzle Velocity 1180 FPS
    Muzzle Energy 383 ft lbs
    • 1000 Rounds
    • 52.0¢ per round
    • Made by Israeli Military Industries
  28. Speer 9mm Ammo - 50 Rounds of 124 Grain TMJ Ammunition

    $26.25

    78 In stock now

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +10
    Bullet type 124 Grain
    Primer Type Boxer
    Casing Type Brass
    Condition New
    Muzzle Velocity 1090 FPS
    Muzzle Energy 327 ft lbs
    • 50 Rounds
    • 52.5¢ per round
    • Made by Speer
  29. Fiocchi 9mm Ammo - 1000 Rounds of 158 Grain FMJ Ammunition

    $529.99

    5 In stock now

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +10
    Bullet type 158 Grain
    Primer Type Boxer
    Casing Type Brass
    Condition New
    Muzzle Velocity 850 FPS
    Muzzle Energy 253 ft lbs
    • 1000 Rounds
    • 53.0¢ per round
    • Made by Fiocchi
  30. PMC 9mm Ammo - 50 Rounds of 124 Grain FMJ Ammunition

    $26.75

    77 In stock now

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +10
    Bullet type 124 Grain
    Primer Type Boxer
    Casing Type Brass
    Condition New
    Muzzle Velocity 1110 FPS
    Muzzle Energy 339 ft lbs
    • 50 Rounds
    • 53.5¢ per round
    • Made by PMC
  31. Federal 9mm Ammo - 50 Rounds of 115 Grain FMJ Ammunition

    $26.99

    80 In stock now

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +10
    Bullet type 115 Grain
    Primer Type Boxer
    Casing Type Brass
    Condition New
    Muzzle Velocity 1180 FPS
    Muzzle Energy 356 ft lbs
    • 50 Rounds
    • 54.0¢ per round
    • Made by Federal
  32. Blazer 9mm Ammo - 50 Rounds of 124 Grain FMJ Ammunition

    $27.25
    As low as $26.00 in bulk
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    112 In stock now

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +10
    Bullet type 124 Grain
    Primer Type Boxer
    Casing Type Brass
    Condition New
    Muzzle Velocity 1090 FPS
    Muzzle Energy 327 ft lbs
    • 50 Rounds
    • 52.0¢ to 54.5¢ per round
    • Made by Blazer Brass
  33. Blazer 9mm Ammo - 50 Rounds of 115 Grain FMJ Ammunition

    $27.50

    142 In stock now

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +10
    Bullet type 115 Grain
    Primer Type Boxer
    Casing Type Brass
    Condition New
    Muzzle Velocity 1145 FPS
    Muzzle Energy 323 ft lbs
    • 50 Rounds
    • 55.0¢ per round
    • Made by Blazer Brass
  34. Fiocchi 9mm Ammo - 1000 Rounds of 115 Grain JHP Ammunition

    $554.99

    49 In stock now

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +10
    Bullet type 115 Grain
    Primer Type Boxer
    Casing Type Brass
    Condition New
    Muzzle Velocity 1175 FPS
    Muzzle Energy 353 ft lbs
    • 1000 Rounds
    • 55.5¢ per round
    • Made by Fiocchi
  35. Federal 9mm Ammo - 50 Rounds of 124 Grain FMJ Ammunition

    $27.99
    As low as $26.00 in bulk
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    94 In stock now

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +10
    Bullet type 124 Grain
    Primer Type Boxer
    Casing Type Brass
    Condition New
    Muzzle Velocity 1120 FPS
    Muzzle Energy 345 ft lbs
    • 50 Rounds
    • 52.0¢ to 56.0¢ per round
    • Made by Federal
  36. Federal 9mm Ammo - 50 Rounds of 147 Grain FMJ Ammunition

    $27.99

    105 In stock now

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +10
    Bullet type 147 Grain
    Primer Type Boxer
    Casing Type Brass
    Condition New
    Muzzle Velocity 1000 FPS
    Muzzle Energy 326 ft lbs
    • 50 Rounds
    • 56.0¢ per round
    • Made by Federal
  37. Federal Syntech 9mm Ammo - 50 Rounds of 124 Grain Total Synthetic Jacket FN Ammunition

    $27.99

    92 In stock now

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +10
    Bullet type 124 Grain
    Primer Type Boxer
    Casing Type Brass
    Condition New
    Muzzle Velocity 1050 FPS
    Muzzle Energy 304 ft lbs
    • 50 Rounds
    • 56.0¢ per round
    • Made by Federal
  38. Fiocchi 9mm Ammo - 1000 Rounds of 124 Grain JHP Ammunition

    $559.99

    71 In stock now

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +10
    Bullet type 124 Grain
    Primer Type Boxer
    Casing Type Brass
    Condition New
    Muzzle Velocity 1100 FPS
    Muzzle Energy 333 ft lbs
    • 1000 Rounds
    • 56.0¢ per round
    • Made by Fiocchi
  39. PMC 9mm Ammo - 1000 Rounds of 115 Grain JHP Ammunition

    $594.99

    1 In stock now

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +10
    Bullet type 115 Grain
    Primer Type Boxer
    Casing Type Brass
    Condition New
    Muzzle Velocity 1160 FPS
    Muzzle Energy 344 ft lbs
    • 1000 Rounds
    • 59.5¢ per round
    • Made by PMC
  40. Federal Ballisticlean 9mm Ammo - 50 Rounds of 100 Grain RHT Frangible Ammunition

    $30.49
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    70 In stock now

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +10
    Bullet type 100 Grain
    Primer Type Boxer
    Casing Type Brass
    Condition New
    Muzzle Velocity 1240 FPS
    Muzzle Energy 341 ft lbs
    • 50 Rounds
    • 60.0¢ to 61.0¢ per round
    • Made by Federal
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History of 9mm Ammo

Whether you call it the 9mm Luger, 9mm Parabellum, 9mm NATO, 9 millimeter, or just plain 9mm, 9x19mm ammunition is the most popular cartridge for handguns in the world – with more than 60% of the world's law enforcement agencies currently using this ammo. The role of 9mm Luger bullets in World War I and its continued popularity today testifies to its capabilities as an efficient and effective cartridge.

Yet the 9mm’s journey from a bullet designed for submachine guns to, perhaps, one of the most controversial self-defense cartridges in the world, has been one of exponential growth and development. This continues into today’s modern world, over 100 years since its conception.

9mm Ammo Comparison

Originally designed as a handgun caliber, the 9mm has reinvented itself multiple times throughout its brief 115-or-so years. In that time period, it’s been found in the barrel of full-sized handguns, pocket pistols, revolvers, carbines, and even submachine guns. This variety of uses for a single caliber leaves many shooters who buy 9mm ammo confused about 9mm Luger vs. 9mm NATO or 9mm Luger vs. 9mm Parabellum or 9x19mm vs. 9mm. The simple answer is that it's all the same – other than the NATO ammo being slightly heavier.

The 9x19mm Parabellum is an ammunition cartridge with a bullet measuring 9mm in diameter and a casing that measures 19mm in length. The name “Parabellum” comes from the motto of the first company to manufacture 9x19mm ammo, the German munitions manufacturer Deutsche Waffen und Munitionsfabriken (DWM). The DWM’s Latin motto – “Si vis pacem, para bellum” translates to “If you want peace, prepare for war,” and therefore Parabellum means “prepare for war.”

The cartridge is often labeled as the 9mm Luger, associated with its developer’s last name (in other words, the 9x19mm Parabellum and 9mm Luger are the same cartridge). Other times, it’s 9mm NATO, which is still the same size ammunition, but with a slightly heavier bullet – 124 grain (gr) compared to 115 gr – and loaded to a higher pressure (think +P) than traditional range or training rounds.

The 9mm cartridge, unlike most other ammunitions, has a slightly tapered casing. When stacking bullets side by side, notice the spacing difference between the bottom of the casing and the top. This increases the reliability and accuracy of feeding ammo from the magazine into the firearm, allowing it to happen quickly and without fail.

The Development of the 9mm

In 1902, DWM firearms designer Georg Luger developed the 9mm Parabellum as a service cartridge, designed for the DWM Luger semi-automatic pistol called the Pistole Parabellum, aka the Luger. He designed it to be lethal at 50 meters.

This new caliber improved on the previous handgun ammunition, which was large and heavy. Still today, the compact cartridge has less recoil and allows for easy handling. It’s lightweight, accurate, and because of its small size, handguns chambered in 9mm hold significantly more cartridges than those in higher calibers.

By the time WWI erupted, the first submachine guns were introduced and they were chambered for 9mm ammunition – given its ability to penetrate through field gear. Magazine-fed, fully automatic carbines, some of these submachine guns could shoot 900 rounds a minute.

After the birth of the Browning Hi-Power in 1935, and the gun’s prevalence in WWII, the 9x19mm’s popularity spread. As time passed, its use grew to encompass not only the armed forces, but police agencies and civilian self-defense as well. But the milestones for the 9mm didn’t end here – they continued with:

  • NATO adopting the 9x19 Parabellum in 1955 as their official sidearm cartridge
  • The U.S. Military exchanging the venerable .45 ACP ammo for the 9mm as their official cartridge
  • Some of the country’s largest police forces, like New York City and Los Angeles, adopting the 9mm cartridge, which has been proven ballistically superior to the .38 revolver
  • The Federal Bureau of Investigation returning to the 9mm Parabellum in 2014, after they had left it for a brief period of time for the more modern 10mm cartridges

By the 1990s, many civilian gun owners moved away from handguns like the .38 Special and .357 Magnum, favoring 9mm semi-automatic handguns. When it comes to 357 vs. 9mm, the 357 has more stopping power, while the 9mm has less recoil with comparable ballistics – making it popular for self defense. Ammunition availability has followed this trend, with 9mm cartridges more plentiful and easier to find than most cartridges. According to the 14th edition of Cartridges of the World, 9mm ammunition led the entire market in 2013, making up 21.4% of the whole cartridge market, followed by .223 Rem at 10.2%.

Is 9mm Ammo Good for Self Defense?

One of the things that makes 9mm ammunition and the handguns that are chambered for it so popular is that they’re easy to handle, yet still effective as a self-defense weapon. While not the most powerful ammo cartridge, 9mm ammunition allows for better control and quicker follow-up shots. This helps beginner shooters and those with smaller frames handle the recoil, which can be difficult with larger calibers.

As a concealed carry weapon (CCW), 9mm handguns remain easy to shoot, even in subcompacts. They’re easy to conceal on the body, especially for women. And with modern ballistics, self-defense 9mm ammo is as deadly as a .40 Smith & Wesson or .45 ACP cartridge. In 2014, the FBI released a report comparing the three cartridges and determined that the 9mm is, in fact, similar in both effectiveness and stopping power. And with less recoil and its ability to be controlled by everyone, the 9mm is an appropriate, universal weapon for organizations like the FBI, and also for civilians.

To combat marksmanship, it’s not just about the power of the ammo – it’s also about shot placement. And in many cases, even with people who regularly shoot high-caliber pistols, shot placement with a 9mm handgun is more accurate, more often.

9mm Ammo Types & Their Uses

For use in the armed forces, law enforcement, and self defense, there have been times the 9mm cartridge has spurred much debate over its lack of stopping power, especially when compared to .45 ACP ammo. Yet with modern technology, 9mm ammunition comes in a variety of types for a multitude of situations – including combat, on-duty, and defense.

  • Unjacketed: Unjacketed ammo features plan lead bullets with no outer casing, making them slow and less powerful
  • Full metal jackets (FMJ): 9mm FMJ ammo is, by far, the most common and features a lead bullet encased in copper or another hard metal; they’re used primarily for target and range shooting
  • Jacketed hollow point (JHP): 9mm JHP ammo features a lead bullet with a hollow point inside, but is still encased in copper; these bullets expand on impact, increasing stopping power, and are used by the military, law enforcement, and for self defense
  • Open tip match (OTM): OTM ammunition is designed for target and competition shooting, similar to hollow points, but not as deadly, these cartridges are accurate and consistent
  • Ballistic tips: Hollow point ammo with a plastic tip, 9mm ballistic cartridges are designed for pistol hunting, bringing stopping power and distance

Beyond these differences in bullet design, there’s variances in bullet weight, casing, and pressure. Most FMJ 9mm ammunition weighs between 115 and 147 gr. General range rounds weigh 115 gr, while 9mm NATO is 124 gr, and some 9mm self-defense rounds are even heavier at 135 gr.

Casings on 9mm cartridges, sometimes referred to as the shells, are made from brass, aluminum, or steel. Brass is by far the most common due to the ease of reloading, while steel is used to keep costs down. Aluminum is becoming more popular because it’s affordable and lightweight, although it can’t be reloaded, making many avid shooters stick to traditional brass shells.

There’s a noticeable difference with more powerful ammo when it comes to its loaded pressure. 9mm NATO, self-defense cartridges, and 9mm +P or +P+ rounds – all four types of these cartridges fire hotter and have an increase in power due to higher pressure.

Are There Different Types of 9mm Cartridges?

While 9mm Luger ammo (aka the 9mm Parabellum and the 9x19mm) is the world’s most popular cartridge in both military handguns and submachine guns, it’s not the only 9mm cartridge available. A wide range of rounds featuring the 9mm bullet have been developed since its birth in 1902, some better than others.

  • 9mm Ultra: Also referred to as 9mm Police, these cartridges were designed for the German police and fall between the 9mm Luger and the .380 Auto. The shell measures one mm shorter than the Luger and one mm longer than the .380, leading to a casing length just .04 inches shorter than the 9x19mm. Although this cartridge is difficult to find in the U.S., there are a handful of nice firearms chambered for it, including the Sig Sauer P230 and Benelli B76 Auto.
  • 9mm Bayard Long: This 9mm cartridge was designed for the 1910 Model Bergmann-Bayard pistol, which was the official sidearm of the Danish military during the period. Although the cartridge (and the firearms they were designed for) were never manufactured in the U.S., some Spanish pistols were chambered for the 9mm Bayard Long and the ammo gained popularity after World War II due to military surplus.
  • 9mm Browning Long: The 9mm Browning Long was a European cartridge designed for the FN Browning 1903 Model pistol, which became the official sidearm of Sweden in 1907. Many of these pistols were released to the public after WWII as military surplus and most have been altered to fire .380 ACP ammo.
  • 9mm Mauser: The 9mm Mauser was used for a brief period from its development in 1908 for the Export Model Mauser until the gun was discontinued in 1914. Nearly a quarter-inch longer than the 9mm Luger, this rimless cartridge did have a comeback during WWI when some submachine guns were chambered for it.
  • 9mm Winchester Magnum: Released in 1988, the 9mm Winchester Magnum was designed for the stainless steel Wildey gas-operated pistol used in silhouette competitions.
  • 9mm Glisenti: The Italian military used the 9mm Glisenti during WWI and WWII. Although it highly resembles the 9mm Luger, they’re not interchangeable. The Glisenti has a significantly lighter load and the Model 1910 Glisenti automatic pistols the cartridge was designed for can’t handle the power of a 9mm Luger.
  • 9mm ABC Mi-Bullet: Made by Advanced Ballistics Concepts, LLC, the 9mm Mi-bullet features a multipart bullet that uses Kevlar tethers that unlock and expand, allowing this 9mm cartridge to act like a shotshell. Designed as a self-defense load, the bullet reaches maximum expansion at 12 feet and holds its pattern until 21 feet, increasing the probability of hitting an attacker.
  • 9x21mm: In countries like Italy, Mexico, and France, the government prohibits its citizens from owning firearms chambered in military calibers, which makes the 9mm Luger illegal. To overcome this, the 9x21mm was developed, measuring just two mm longer than the 9x19mm.
  • 9mm Steyr: Designed for the Austrian military pistol, the Steyr Model 1912 Auto, the 9mm Steyr is longer than the Parabellum, with a case length of 23mm. Common in Austria, this cartridge is also found in Romania and Chile.
  • 9x23mm Winchester: Winchester released its 9x23mm Winchester ammunition in 1996. Designed to meet the specific regulations of the International Practical Shooting Confederation (IPSC). A high-pressure cartridge, the 9x23 Winchester looks like a stretched out 9mm Luger, but has many internal differences.
  • 9mm Federal: The 9mm Federal was designed as a rimmed 9mm Luger for revolvers – specifically the Charter Arms PitBull, a five-shot double-action revolver. This firearm was only briefly manufactured after the cartridge’s creation in 1989, as Charter Arms went out of business (although the company later reopened).
  • 9mm Kurz: The 9mm Kurz uses a 9mm bullet in a shorter, 17mm casing. Designed in 1912 by John Browning, this ammunition is sometimes referred to as the 9mm Browning Short, but is most commonly known as the .380 ACP.

9mm ammo has come a long way since its conception over a century ago, dominating the ammunition market as well as law enforcement agencies to this day. With its many types of cartridges, variety of uses, range of ammo types, affordability, ease of use, and ability to work in different firearms – the 9mm Luger (or whatever you’d like to call it) will remain one of the most popular calibers for years to come.

FAQ

What is the difference between 9mm and 9mm Luger ammo?

Both terms, 9mm and 9mm Luger, represent the same ammunition, which is officially classified by the Sporting Arms and Ammunitions Manufacturers’ Institute (SAMMI) as the 9mm Luger. The 9mm refers to the diameter of the bullet and Luger comes from the Luger semi-automatic pistol, the firearm the ammunition was initially created for (designed by the German inventor, Georg Luger).
The ammo is also referred to as the 9mm Parabellum, which originates from the manufacturer’s motto: Si vis pacem, para bellum (“If you seek peace, prepare for war”).

How much does 9mm ammo cost?

The price of 9mm ammo depends on a variety of factors, including the number of rounds in the box, the type of ammunition, the brand, and if the ammo is on sale. Specialty rounds, such as bullets with ballistic tips, can also cost more. For instance, Magtech full metal jacket (FMJ) ammo designed for the shooting range tends to be less expensive than Hornady jacketed hollow point (JHP) rounds meant for self defense.

What is the difference between 115 grain and 124 grain 9mm ammo?

Grain (often written as gr) refers to the weight of a bullet. The 115 gr 9mm bullet is the standard weight for the 9mm Luger, while the slightly heavier 124 gr bullet is the military style 9mm NATO. If all other factors are the same, the lighter 115 gr 9mm bullet will have a faster muzzle velocity, while the 124 gr bullet will have more muzzle energy.

What is the best 9mm ammo?

The best 9mm ammo depends on the shooters purpose, needs, and preferences. For target shooting, FMJ ammo may be best as it penetrates the target and is less expensive. For those carrying concealed for self defense, these rounds aren’t ideal as they can over penetrate and have less stopping power, making a defense or duty JHP round a better choice.

What is the difference between FMJ and JHP 9mm ammo?

FMJ stands for Full Metal Jacket and describes a bullet that has a lead core completely coated with a harder metal, most often copper. This full metal jacket reduces lead residue in the barrel and helps the bullet keep its shape as it travels towards its target. JHP stands for Jacketed Hollow Point and describes a lead bullet, jacketed in a harder metal, that has a hole in its tip. This hollow point causes the projectile to mushroom upon impact, reducing the risk of over penetration and creating more stopping power.

What is the quietest 9mm ammo?

The quietest 9mm ammo is called subsonic and it stays at a velocity below 1,100 fps, which means the bullet moves slower than the speed of sound. This ammunition doesn’t create a sonic boom, or sonic crack, which is heard when firing ammunition with high velocity. Although most 9mm ammo is supersonic, or has a velocity greater than 1,100 fps, some slower rounds can be found. Most often, subsonic ammo features a heavier projectile or comes in a specialty round, such as frangible ammo. Magtech, Hornady, and Sellier & Bellot, amongst others, manufacture subsonic 9mm ammo.

What is the best frangible 9mm ammo?

There are multiple brands of frangible 9mm ammo available. Fiocchi is a reputable brand with these specialty 9mm bullets, as is Federal.

What 9mm ammo does the FBI use?

When the FBI returned to the 9mm as its bullet of choice, forgoing the .40 S&W, the agency opted for the 147-grain Speer Gold Dot G2. Similar to a JHP, the G2 round has a hollow area in the nose of the bullet, but unlike the JHP with its large cavity, the G2 features a shallow divot filled with a high performing elastomer. With these rounds, a shooter can expect uniform expansion, 12-18 inches of penetration, and consistent results.

What 9mm ammo does the military use?

Since the dawning of the United States in 1776, the US Military first used lead bullets, then full metal jacket (FMJ) ammo. Just as recently as 2015, the Armed Forces took a step forward and embraced more modern bullet technology by adopting jacketed hollow points (JHP). While some options are available for some military units, most use a 147-grain 9mm bullet.

What is the best 9mm ammo for self-defense?

The best 9mm ammo for self defense generally features a Jacketed Hollow Point (JHP) bullet. These bullets expand on impact, creating a larger wound and more stopping power than the traditional Full Metal Jacket (FMJ). JHP are also less likely to overpenetrate the target. Multiple companies manufacture self defense ammunition and popular brands include Hornady, Federal, and Prvi Partizan.

9mm Ballistics: Chart of Average 9mm Luger Ballistics

Note: This information comes from the manufacturer and is for informational purposes only. The actual ballistics obtained with your firearm can vary considerably from the advertised ballistics. Also, ballistics can vary from lot to lot with the same brand and type load.

9mm Bullet WEIGHT Muzzle VELOCITY (fps) Muzzle ENERGY (ft. lbs.) Mid-Range TRAJECTORY (in.) Barrel Length (in.)
  Muzzle 50 yds. 100 yds. Muzzle 50 yds. 100 yds. 50 yds. 100 yds.  
80 Grain 1445 n/a n/a n/a 385 n/a n/a n/a n/a
88 Grain

1500

1190 1010 440 275 200 0.6 3.1 4"
90 Grain 1360 1112 978 370 247 191 n/a n/a 4"
92 Grain 1325 1117 991 359 255 201 -3.2 n/a 4"
95 Grain 1300 1140 1010 350 275 215 0.8 3.4 4"
100 Grain 1180 1080 n/a 305 255 n/a 0.9 n/a 4"
105 Grain "Guard Dog" 1230 1070 970 355 265 220 n/a n/a 4"
115 Grain 1155 1045 970 340 280 240 0.9 3.9 4"
123 Grain 1110 1030 970 340 290 260 1 4 4"
124 Grain 1150 1040 965 364 298 256 -4.5 n/a 4"
125 Grain 1110 1030 970 340 290 260 1 4 4"
135 Grain 1010 960 918 306 276 253 n/a n/a 4"
140 Grain 935 890 850 270 245 225 1.3 5.5 4"
147 Grain 990 940 900 320 290 265 1.1 4.9 4"
90 Grain +P 1475 n/a n/a 437 n/a n/a n/a n/a 4"
115 Grain +P 1250 1113 1019 399 316 265 0.8 3.5 4"
124 Grain +P 1180 1089 1021 384 327 287 0.8 3.8 4"
Molly Carter
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Molly Carter

Customer Reviews

  • tony said:

    GGreat ammo for great price

  • tony said:

    Great ammo for a great price

  • NICHOLAS said:

    very good quality and performance

  • Lyle said:

    I ended up placing an order during the pandemic and couldn’t have had a better ammo buying experience. Not only were they the only company with Gold Dot in stock, they also had it to me within just a few days! The order was exactly what I wanted, packaged well in the box, and all the ammo was in good condition. I will definitely be buying from ammo.com again!

  • jboh985 said:

    Love this ammunition. Relatively inexpensive and shoots Great. No issues whatsoever. Will buy plenty more!!!

  • dd said:

    I started buying this ammo during the pandemic for one reason only - it was available! Since then, I have continued to purchase it for range use. It is clean, US made, priced reasonably and usually available here (Northeast Illinois).

  • J Freeman said:

    After going from store to store, I finally went online and selected Ammo.com to purchase my 9mm Ammo. They made it easy and I received my ammo shortly and that performed fantastically.

  • Birdcus said:

    Good over all.

  • Bob said:

    Easy order, great delivery and reliable ammo. Have used close to 1,000 rounds of this ammo in my Block 17 and never had a misfire or jam. Clean ammo also

  • bigbottom said:

    thank you. the product performed as spec'd. i will purchase again. the ease of the overall transaction and shipping was also easy and flawless. thanks.

  • JT said:

    This product worked great. I shot at a Tactical Response course where it rained all day and I was getting mud in my mags even and this ammo still cycled through my Glock perfectly. I will say the ammo was a little greasy feeling when I got it. I'm not sure if this is some sort of case lube or what but it functioned great and I saved a few bucks.

  • Cobra said:

    I wanted cheap ammo for the range. I like to just get out and shoot. My order came quickly and in good shape. Even had an issue with Fed Ex damaging a package but resolved it efficiently with ammo.com. As far as the product is concerned it shoots well. Have to spend some extra time cleaning after the range but I knew I was going to have to. The product is perfect for what I ordered it for. I got it cheaper even with shipping than I could find anything local. I got it timely and in good shape. I have recommended this site to all my shooting enthusiast friends.

  • NICHOLAS said:

    quality ammo and great for practice

  • Jeff said:

    Hard to find 20 cent rounds at this time but this was less expensive than most brands and they shoot great!

  • JW102282 said:

    I purchased a small amount (100 rounds) of this ammo strictly to use for personal defense. I wanted a heavier hollow point round in order to get the most stopping power and expansion I can from a 9 mm. I only fired fifty of the one hundred rounds because I wanted to make sure that they feed into my weapon and fire without any problems. Again, I feel that I would want to run at least 200 - 300 of these rounds in order to give a better review. However,the fifty that I did test fire operated from my Glock 26 Gen 4 without any issues. I did notice that with the magazine fully loaded with these rounds opposed to the 124 grain and some of the 115 grain that I was running, the magazine was a little more tough to get it to lock in while loading. Just had to push/hit the mag in a little harder. Operationally though, they ran well.

  • korba said:

    Great ammo, no failures, no problems at all.. Great!

  • Brizzo said:

    Good quality ammo. It worked well with my SD9VE. Smooth cycle. I don’t recommend this as you’re primary ammo at the range because it has a lot of recoil/snap. After a couple magazines I could feel my hand and wrist getting tired. Overall, I would buy it again.

  • WESMAK said:

    Speer is the best ammo I have used. A lot of it is made in the Great Northwest, so with the ammo shortage and everyone hard up for ANY ammo, I'm happy to be using ammo made in America as well. I also like this ammo's total metal jacket (TMJ) which limits lead exposure. Never had a FTF with Speer. Great Stuff!

  • Dj spin said:

    41/2 stars

  • Mark said:

    Serviceable ammo, at least we can get it.

  • tight fists said:

    Couldn't find any ammo locally, but like everything in Washington and crude oil, there seems to be a shortage in brains and pipelines. I found AMMO. NET to be fast and a reliable source.

  • Murcus said:

    With the shortages in Ammo I was very happy to receive what I was able to get. The ammo cycled and shot great. It was to bad there wasn't more of it.

  • BRUCE said:

    All good, reasonable accuracy, and I like the sealed cases.

  • Chh said:

    500 rounds sounds like a good deal

  • Brad said:

    Put 100 rounds thru my p95 ruger.No jamming issues,smooth recoil,and good penetration.

  • Leony said:

    I bought 50 rounds to try it and it jammed twice in my Canik tp9 elite. I don't recommend it for self defense.

  • USAmyhomesweethome said:

    This ammo is not the greatest if you take care of your firearms or dislike cleaning it. The ammo shot great with my beretta 92fs, and specially with my Stribog SP93A, but it is a very dirty round to shoot, you must clean the firearm afterwards, otherwise, the next times you shoot, this firearm will have malfunctions, although, I clean my firearms after range day, I had no problem.

  • Simmy said:

    Terrible ammo. Almost every one jammed. Do not buy

  • Speedy said:

    Fiocchi was everything I heard. It shot clean and ejected from my weapon with ease.

  • Bolo said:

    Good value, great Ammo. Great service. Customer for life!

  • NJ said:

    I was having trouble with other brands of 9MMs. The extractor was unable to remove spent cases so the gun would jam. It would jam every 4th or 5th round. I would have to remove the mag, use a small flathead screw driver to pull back the next live round and shake the gun so the spend case would fall out. I tried three different brands before I bought the Fiocchi rounds. I cycled 150 rounds of Fiocchi 9MMs through my gun yesterday WITHOUT a single jam! Could not be more satisfied with the ammo's performance. Thanks.

  • NJ said:

    I was having trouble with other brands of 9MMs. The extractor was unable to remove spent cases so the gun would jam. It would jam every 4th or 5th round. I would have to remove the mag, use a small flathead screw driver to pull back the next live round and shake the gun so the spend case would fall out. I tried three different brands before I bought the Fiocchi rounds. I cycled 150 rounds of Fiocchi 9MMs through my gun yesterday WITHOUT a single jam! Could not be more satisfied with the ammo's performance. Thanks.

  • EP said:

    Great ammo and price. Runs great. Fast service.

  • C said:

    Very quiet with suppressor, I would assume anyone buying this product will run it through a suppressor. Barnaul 151 grain is just as quiet, but is not brass. Stealth is all brass which is a plus, but can't pick it up with a magnet. Barnaul primers are magnetic. I have ran both through MP5, OVER 2,000 EACH AND NO ISSUES WHAT SO EVER. NOTHING. Stelth is very good ammo. No complaints what so ever. Well just a little pricey. Hope this helps. C

  • Steeler said:

    Tried 50 rounds through my new 9mm. No misfires. Works as well as other brands I've tried. Will buy again.

  • Bad news said:

    Excellent product great service

  • Marshall said:

    Bought the ammo just for the price not thinking about the ammo, I believe its a korean company so it seemed a little bit of a chance. Love it!!! went through both boxes and want to order more!! Highly recommend

  • freddy said:

    PMC is a brand I really trust. Have fired several hundred rounds thru my guns without no problems at all. As for ordering from ammo.com its the best way for me to get my ammo. I have never had any problem ordering and they ship really fast. I will continue to use ammo.com to supply me with ammo.

  • Richard said:

    Used this in a match over the weekend. Flawless. Will buy again. Great price, excellent service from Ammo.com

  • jim said:

    I used this ammo before never had any problems with it in my glock . also used the same brand in my other Glock in 40s&w happy with it also

  • Rob said:

    I bought this ammo to use in my daughter's Ruger PK95 for a concealed carry weapons class. I performed very well. Now that I have learned a little more about guns, I will shop for a gun of my own. Once I have a new gun, I will be ordering more ammo.

  • maloosha said:

    My ammo was here within 5 days. It performed wonderfully and I now have my husband and two brother in laws buying from Ammo.com as well and we are all very happy with service, prices and quality. It helps also that a portion of money spent goes to NRA.

  • mosby said:

    just bought a 9mm auto pistol and am sorting it out to see what it does and doesn't like. it likes the pmc.

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  • Nick said:

    Shot this at the range in Glock 19 Gen 5 since it was the only ammo I could find a year ago. Out of 50 rounds I had zero jams and it is much easier to load in a magazine. On top of that, I didn't even need to clean the gun really, it shoots smooth and pretty clean. I love it so much I bought a few more boxes.

  • Lecomte11 said:

    Outstanding quality

  • IMc said:

    Awful! On a Glock 19 experienced a phenomenal about one misfire in ten (primer dented, but not firing). Same round could then be fired (most of the time) in a Glock 17, where the misfire rate was only about 1 in 25. Experienced same (1:25) error rate shooting in both a Sig320 and HK MP5K. This is the ONLY band ammo we have had any problems with, including cheap CHinese stuff. Same guns fired 10K rounds of Remmington in the months prior this purchase and experienced NO misfires.

  • Shawn1 said:

    Seller/Bellot has always been my 2nd choice if no CCI, USA ammo is available

  • Jeff said:

    I used 1000 rounds of this in my mp5 and only had 2 failures. One was a failure to eject, the other was a failure to detonate.

  • Lewis C. said:

    I have run thousands of rounds, thru a number of 9mm hand guns. Most recently a Glock 43. I have never had a misfire, jam or any other type of issues using this ammo. I also use Sellier and Bellot for my Sig P320c .45 acp and a Sig .40 S&W and have never had any issues with this manufacturers ammo.

  • Larcham said:

    I used 5 different types of 9MM Ammo in my Glock 17-then I found Sellier and Bellot-I won't use any other Ammo now-never had a misfire and shoots very clean-Good Stuff!!!!

  • Rick said:

    I ran 200 rounds through Glock 17 and S&W m&p9c, shot great no misfires or FTF, wish it was more readily available

  • Glenn1903 said:

    I ran roughly 200 rounds through my wife's Ruger SR9. Absolutely no misfires! Clean-up was a breeze. Some of the best target ammo I have used to date. Will be doing much more business with you.

  • cflglock said:

    I've run 500 rounds of this ammo through my Glock 19 and Glock 26 with no problems at all. I think it is a very good target ammo at a very good price.

  • vtsnow said:

    I've been trying a bunch of different ammo lately and I was really impressed with the S&B 9mm 115gr. FMJ round. Not a single misfeed or FTF, as expected, and less cleanup. I will be ordering more for sure.

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  • berniejd1 said:

    No issues used with my Glock 19C.

  • Karron said:

    When it comes to ammo, Speer has always been my preference. Easy to clean, cycles well, packed safely, and not a single round was missing out of my entire order. I would highly recommend ordering when it is available

  • marlow said:

    good shooting

  • Matthew said:

    Shot well over a 1000 rounds of this ammo with zero misfires. I shoot at 30 yards hitting an 8 inch plate without missing. This ammo is good quality.

  • Smitty said:

    Worked great

  • Red said:

    Had used Federal Ammo before (!2 gauge magnum) and found it very good

  • Frank said:

    Its was nice to have it show up in a week. had been a long time but man its expensive going pinkling now days.

  • robert said:

    very good shells i will buy again i orderd the ammo and recived them in just a few days i was suprised they were so fast

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  • Jillian said:

    Great deal and great quality.

  • Art said:

    Nice ammo for the range. Consistent with no jams, and very affordable considering the price of ammo right now.

  • Holiday said:

    It does what it's supposed to do!

  • Hozae said:

    Great highly recommend these

  • LDO said:

    To date, shot 150 rounds with Springfield Armory XDE 9mm. Key takeaway: zero performance issues. Would recommend and will buy again when available.

  • Chris D said:

    Good target ammo. No issues. No jams or double feeds. Shot w Ruger P95

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  • Trey said:

    Good target practice ammo for the price. Will jam occasionally but for the price it's manageable. Better than other brands I've used but not perfect

  • Stay Focused said:

    Bought 1000 rounds due to price. Other reviews seemed okay. I have shot 5 mags and almost every round jammed. Great for teaching my children hw to deal with firearm issues but terrible if I needed it to function properly.

  • Robert said:

    very happy came through in the clutch,thanks

  • BobbiJo said:

    The Blazer Brass 9mm ammo performed very well. Didn’t make a mess of my gun. And I had no misfires. Quality ammo. I can only give it 4 stars though because of what we are forced to pay for target ammo these days.

  • BobbiJo said:

    This ammo is solid range stuff. It’s clean and I’ve yet to have any issues with it. Can’t go wrong with blazer brass. Thank God for Ammo.com. They ship super fast and they have decent prices. One of the few companies that ship to NJ too. And love the sticker they put in every order.

  • Scarlet Shadow said:

    Good solid practice ammo for 9 mm pistol reasonably priced and reliable.

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  • Angela said:

    Received quickly, no jamming or misfires.. surprisingly did very well for ammo purchased online. Will buy again.

  • Alex said:

    Good buy

  • Noel RN said:

    Purchased 200 rounds from ammo.com, smooth transaction. I used it on my Beretta PX4 for target shooting at the range, no hiccups, no malfunction. American Eagle is an excellent ammo. I'm a satisfied customer, will buy again. I just wish the price comes down a little bit in the future.

  • Richard said:

    With the millions of rounds of ammo currently in demand......Ammo.com is one place you can count on for your quality ammo, fast delivery, great service and there when you need them!

  • Slim Dav said:

    I bought 1000 rounds for a training class and I shot about 600 rounds in that class. I had no problems. I was very pleased.

  • Zippo said:

    I bought 250 rounds. I have only shot 50, but have had no feeding or ejection problems. It is at least as accurate as my 56 year-old eyes can shoot and was much cleaner than the cheaper ammo on the market. Like I said, I will buy more as it becomes available.

  • no nickname said:

    Purchased this ammo, had never used American Eagle before but knew it was made from Federal which I've never had any issues with. Ammo performed great, no FTF's whatsoever through my Springfield XDM, 100 rounds no problem, will buy again for sure.

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  • Matt H said:

    The price on this ammo is amazing, but it is dirty. I shot 250 rounds through a Glock 17 and needed to clean my weapon after 150 rounds. My daughter also bought some because I told her about the great deal. She was shooting a Sig P365 9mm, the Sig does not like the flat nose on this ammo. She shot 100 rounds and was having problems feeding before she finished 50 rounds. We cleaned her weapon, and still had the same problem. I had no feed issues with my Glock. I'm not real sure why Federal decided to go flat nose on this round when they have round nose on their 115 & 124 grain rounds. As good of a deal as this was I don't think I'll be purchasing anymore of this ammo.

  • Ronjai said:

    Had to use the higher grain bullet in my sub compact auto. The federal 147 grain bullet fed flawlessly and provided very accurate results.