Remington® UMC 9mm Luger Handgun Ammo Mega Pack

   

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9mm

115 Grain

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1145

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Metal Case

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250 rounds
For practice, target shooting, training exercises or any other high-volume shooting situation UMC centerfire pistol and revolver ammunition offers value without any compromise in quality or performance. Made with Remington components right here in the USA, UMC handgun ammunition is available in today’s most popular pistol and revolver calibers with metal case bullets. UMC ammunition provides shooters with the optimum blend of value and performance. Now available in money-saving large-quantity 250-round Mega Packs.

MC: Metal Case

Remington® UMC 9mm Luger Handgun Ammo Mega Pack 4.5 5 68 68
Good stuff This ammo is really good for plinking and practice. I wouldnt use it for defense or carry ammo and while I believe the price is a little high for 9mm ammo the price isnt that bad. But lets face it 9mm is one of the most highly produced cartridges and this is pretty cheap powder and brass. IF Bass Pro could sell it in larger bulk such as 1000 round cases or 2500 cases to bring down the price It would be something worth looking into by Bass Pro. January 22, 2013
Great ammo for the price I have put over 1000 rounds of this ammo through my Springfield XD9 without a single jam or misfire. Suprising clean too. Great value if you are looking for good range ammo January 11, 2013
Great Value & Performance So far so good. No problems with the 9mm Glock. Shot over 200 rounds thus far. Great value! December 31, 2012
9mm ammo Great 9mm ammo for my Beretta PX4 Storm at a reasonable price. December 27, 2012
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4 years, 9 months ago
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I use this ammununition in my Sig Sauer 226r. I buy it when I can afford it. I have never had a problem with it. I also feel that you will not go wrong purchaseing it from Base Pro Shop. I find their prices are very competitive. I would also like to point out that when I go to the Bass Pro Shop Store they always seem to be out of stock. Buying it online is better. I would not recommend it if I did not like it.
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These are great rounds for target shooting, I have a xdm and it eats them up. I shoot the 115gr which are perfect. Just avoid NATO rounds which run hot.
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this is factory loaded ammunition that does not operate at high pressures (+P), perfectly safe for target shooting and lots of it. performs well in numerous and various semiautos without malfunctions.
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no bs these are the best for target shooting.. you get more for your money and they are flawless.. if my hi-point will shoot them perfect than your ruger will be just fine..
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As long as you load the cartridges properly in your magazine and your Ruger is well maintained you should have no trouble with this ammunition. Just be sure to inspect each cartridge for damage or abnormalities first. This is cheap ammo and they don't always inspect these carefully before boxing up at the factory. Make sure all rounds look identical (if any are shorter than others or seem to have damaged bullets, don't use them).
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These rounds work fine for target practice with my Rugers, P85 and SR9c.
4 years, 2 months ago
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These bullets would be very good for target shooting and should not harm your gun.
4 years, 6 months ago
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This ammo is great for target shooting. Shouldn't harm your P89 Ruger.
4 years, 6 months ago
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No harm at all in your Ruger P89. For target shooting FMJ (full metal jacket) bullets are highly recommended. Particularly in 9mm Luger.
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No way will this hurt your pistol. Remington UMC ammo is excellent for recreational shooting. I also shoot this ammo in pistol matches using Glocks, Springfields, Wilson Combat and Colt pistols. Never had a problem.
4 years, 7 months ago
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I have a new 9mm HK P30, not 2 much dirt after shooting 125 rounds. I am trying to use this ammo all the time, I never seem to get any flashing, or smoke, hits the target clean. I just find it hard to get this ammo
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i have P9R 9 mm parabellum mod
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There is no difference between 9mm Luger, 9mm parabellum but there is a difference between 9x18mm makarov
1 year, 10 months ago
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There is no difference parabellum is just another name just like Luger.
3 years, 10 months ago
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9x19, 9mm parabellum, and 9mm luger are all the same cartridge. A P9R is a Highpower copy and takes any of the above mentioned cartridges.
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9mm Parabellum, or sometimes called 9mm Luger, means for the battlefeild. Which is what the round was origionally designed for. Although I am not as well versed in 9mm as I am in .45, I think there is a slight difference in the size of the casing between 9mm and 9mm Para/Luger. I do know that My Dad has a Taurus PT92, it will not feed 9mm properly, it requires 9mm Luger specifically. Check the owners manual -or- contact the menufacturer to be 100% sure that you are picking up the proper ammo!
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The 9x19mm Parabellum, is also known as 9mm, 9x19mm or 9x19.
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9mm Parabellum, 9mm Luger, and 9X19mm all mean the same thing. This is the most popular round in 9mm size, and so when someone just says "9mm", then they are referring to this chambering. You will find many examples of 9mm diameter cartridges, and they typically vary based on the lenght of the bullet. The diameter remains fairly constant.

Another example is the .380 ACP round (9x17mm) which is known is Europe as the 9mm Kurtz (short). Other names you find are 9mm Largo (9x22) and 9mm Makarov (9x18).

Yet another example of a round using the 9mm diameter round .38 special. The 9mm diameter is actually .355 inches. English naming typically uses inch measurements, whereas Europe and others use metric. But some liberties are taken with the exact number used in the name.

You can go on to find a lot of examples, but I'll end with this...9mm Luger, .38 Special, and .357 magnum all have the same diameter. And each are offered in a 115 gr weight bullet round. I'll let you guess which is most powerful of the three.
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9mm Luger is the same as 9mm Parabellum - it's also sometimes called 9mm NATO.
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9 mm ammo may include several cartridge lengths. It is a generic denomination based upon the internal diameter of the barrel.
9 mm Parabellum is a particular 9mm cartridge. In the US it is also and mostly, known as 9 Luger or 9mm Luger. In Europe it is usually called 9 Parabellum or 9x19.
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There are several different types of "9mm" calibers (9x18, 9x19, 9x21, 9x23). All are different chamberings, and cannot generally be used in the same guns.

The common round in the US (and the standard NATO handgun round) is the 9x19. This is also called 9mm Luger or 9mm Parabellum, and should be what works in your FEG.

I would recommend that you stay away from the 9mm Luger "+P" ammo (usually sold as self-defense ammo because of its higher velocities), unless you know for sure that your FEG is strong enough to handle the increased pressure.
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The 9mm Luger and 9mm Parabellum round (both 9x19mm) are the same and will work in your FEG P9R.

A 9mm Makarov (9x18mm) will not work and neither will a 9mm Short (9x17mm) aka .380 ACP aka 9mm Browning.
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First and foremost, you should have your gun checked by a competent gunsmith. (1) to see if it is in good enough condition to fire. (2) To be sure that you are buying the correct ammo, if you're not sure. That being said, here is the answer to your question.

The 9x19mm Parabellum (abbreviated 9x19mm or 9x19) cartridge was designed by George Luger and introduced in 1902 by the German weapons manufacturer Deutsche Waffen und Munitionsfabriken (DWM) for their Luger semi-automatic pistol. For this reason, it is commonly called the 9mm Luger cartridge, differentiating it from the also-popular 9mm Makarov and 9mm Browning cartridges.
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are the shells reloadable?

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Yes. Any brass cased ammo is reloadable. No steel cased ammo is reloadable.
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Yes They are.
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These are reloadable. They have brass cases and boxer primers.
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I have had a lot of my reloading friends get my brass. They think it is fine.
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Not a reloading expert, but I say yes. Brass casing and (I believe) boxer primed.
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Yes, they are.
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Yes, I reload both 9 mm and 45 caliber UMC ammo. Good brass for reloading.
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Yes, the cases are reloadable. Shells are for shotguns.
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Yes. They are brass shells that are boxer primed, so there is no problem using these for reloads.
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Yes, the empty cases are boxer primed and therefore reloadable.
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if they are metal cases, I would say NO!!!
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Yes. Your G17 should be chambered in 9x19 and that is what this UMC ammunition is.
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Works great in my Glock 17 and 26. MC means Metal Case which also means FMJ.
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Yes. Glock 17 is chambered for 9X19mm. This is also called 9mm Luger and 9mm Parabellum. All three names mean the same thing. Note you will see the 9X19 designation on the Glock 17 slide.
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This ammo should work great in your Glock 17.
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Yes, it is. Any ammo marked 9x19 or 9 Luger or 9mm parabellum is suitable for your GLOCK 17.
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My wife shoots it in her Glock 17 in International Defense Pistol Association matches. Excellent ammo for matches not requiring match ammo. Perfect for recreational shooting.
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Yes.

It is generally reported that you should not use ammunition with non-jacketed lead bullets in a Glock with the factory barrel. The belief is that the polygonal rifling in these barrels causes the lead in the bullet to be shaved off and clog the rifling, resulting in potential over-pressure in the barrel. This could cause the barrel to rupture while firing.

Some people argue that this is a myth, but in general it is a good idea to stay away non-jacketed lead bullets in this situation.

The Remington 9mm ammo is all jacketed ammo, so it is completely safe for use in Glocks with factory barrels.
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Yes, it is the correct ammo, and you don't need a special barrel, its a full metal copper jacket, not a problem, the "metal case" refers to the case and not the projectile.
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I own a Glock and I would reccomend that you purchase an after market barrel from Lone Wolf. It's safe to shoot with lead, unlike your factory Glock barrel. This ammo is a coated lead round. Personally I wouldn't call it jacketed. The lone wolf barrel is about a $100.
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These are good target rounds. The corbon dpx are some of the best home defense on the market.
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Gold-Dot by Speer. This is a hollow-point round that will give you good mushrooming and penetration. Runs about $20/25r.
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Among the many, many choices...I would suggest Speer Gold Dot in 124gr +P loading. This is one of the most proven loadings used by police, and most plentiful on the market (given good 9mm defense round are hard to find anyway).
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Any good-quality jacketed hollow point (JHP) ammo should work fine for home defense.
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Try Hornady Critical Defense, Remington Golden Saber HJP or Cor-Bon JHP. All these bullets are jacketed hollow point.
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Hornady Critical Defense. Look it up and read the description. Best defense ammo out there.
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From Bass Pro, look at the following:

Remington Golden Saber
Winchester SXZ
Winchester Supreme Elite PDX1
Hornady Custom JHP

There might be "better" ammo on the market, but all of this ammo is effective for self defense.
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My favorite is Speer GoldDot 124gr +P.

Any top-shelf hollow point will serve you well, as long as it feeds reliably, which most any design should in your Taurus.
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Remington Golden Sabers
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Hornady Critical Defense
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Federal Hydroshock
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Boxer
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Brass cases and Boxer primers.
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I know that in the .45 UMC FMJ bulk boxes they do not use berdan primers, From what I have been told this is because of the highly corrosive chemicals used to make those primers. If you want to be absolutely certain, you could always contact UMC directly and ask them. Their customer service is pretty good and they should be able to tell you for sure, or at least point you in the right direction.
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Boxer.
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