1000 Rounds of 9mm NATO Ammo by Winchester - 124gr FMJ

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Ammo Overview

Ammo Quantity - 1,000 rounds per case; 50 rounds per box
Ammo Manufacturer - Winchester
Projectiles - 124 grain full metal jacket (FMJ)
Ammo Casings - Boxer-primed brass
Muzzle Velocity - 1,200 fps
Muzzle Energy - 396 ft lbs

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Looking for 9mm range ammo that has a little extra pep in its step – but don’t necessarily want to train with 9mm +P? Then 9mm NATO is the answer! Winchester loaded this ammo to North Atlantic Treaty Organization specs so you can train with flatter trajectories and hit your targets just a little bit harder!

This cartridge’s 124 grain full metal jacket is pretty normal. Neither its copper-alloy jacket nor its lead core can attract a magnet, and its round nose profile means it won’t expand as it tunnels through a soft medium. What makes a 9mm NATO round special is its higher chamber pressure: ~36,500 psi, which places it between standard pressure (≤35,000 psi) and overpressure (≤38,500 psi).

An important word of advice: although this ammo technically isn’t +P, it’s still only safe for handguns that are designed to handle +P ammo’s higher chamber pressure. Check your firearm’s manual if you aren’t sure (or ask us in the Q&A below). This noncorrosive American-made ammo is loaded with reloadable brass cases.

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Posted On: 1/6/2024 By: C Hershey

A: Thanks for reaching out! The Ruger LC9s is rated to safely fire 9mm +P ammunition. So too is the S&W CSX. That's only to say that your handguns are designed to fire even more powerful ammo than 9mm NATO. You're all set!

Posted On: 1/5/2024 By: Timberfield

A: Yes sir! The FPC is rated to safely fire 9mm +P. 9mm NATO is not as powerful as 9mm +P, which is only to say that the FPC can safely handle even more powerful ammo than 9mm NATO.

Posted On: 12/13/2023 By: Craig Blasko

A: Thanks for reaching out Craig! You should have zero issues with 9mm NATO ammo. It's slightly hotter than standard pressure 9mm, but nothing a P320 isn't designed to capably handle.

Posted On: 11/28/2023 By: J

A: Thanks for reaching out J! I cannot guarantee any kind of performance out of a firearm I haven't personally tested, although the handguns you listed should function correctly with 9mm NATO ammunition.

Posted On: 11/7/2023 By: PK

A: Thanks for reaching out PK! Glock 9mm pistols are rated for +P ammunition. 9mm +P is loaded to a higher pressure than 9mm NATO. In other words, your Glock is designed to safely fire even more powerful ammo than 9mm NATO.

Posted On: 10/11/2023 By: Lloyd

A: Thanks for reaching out Lloyd! 9mm NATO and 9mm +P are actually two different specifications. Max pressure for standard 9mm is 35,000 psi. 9mm NATO pressure is 36,500 psi. 9mm +P has a max pressure of 38,500 psi. The CPX-1 and CPX-2 are both designed to safely fire 9mm +P (although SCCY does advise against firing more than 50 rounds of 9mm +P in a single session). In other words, your SCCY 9mm handgun is designed to safely fire ammo that is even more powerful than 9mm NATO.

Posted On: 10/4/2023 By: Doug Stuart

A: Yes sir, without question. The P320 is rated for 9mm +P. This 9mm NATO ammo is higher pressure than standard 9mm, but lower pressure than 9mm +P. In other words, your handgun is designed to safely fire ammo that's even more powerful than 9mm NATO.

Posted On: 10/3/2023 By: Larry

A: Yes sir, without question. The XD Mod.2 is rated for 9mm +P. This 9mm NATO ammo is higher pressure than standard 9mm, but lower pressure than 9mm +P. In other words, your handgun is designed to safely fire ammo that's even more powerful than 9mm NATO.

Posted On: 9/22/2023 By: WILLIAM ROBERTSON

A: Yes sir, this ammunition should treat your 92X just fine!

Posted On: 9/20/2023 By: fotomatt

A: Yes sir, absolutely. The 9c is rated for 9mm +P ammunition. 9mm NATO is actually loaded to a lower pressure than 9mm +P, which means your handgun is designed to safely handle even more pressure than this ammo is capable of generating.

Posted On: 9/13/2023 By: Jeffrey Lovelace

A: Thanks for reaching out Jeffrey! All Kimber and Glock 9mm handguns are designed to safely fire 9mm +P ammunition. The 9mm NATO is loaded to a lower chamber pressure than 9mm +P, which means your handguns are more than robust enough to safely fire this ammo.

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