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FEDERAL Federal American Eagle® 9mm 115 Grain FMJ per 500 with Ammo Can

Rely on top-notch performance from the affordable Federal American Eagle Ammunition with Ammo Can, which is specifically engineered to meet the needs of high-volume shooters. Reliable and accurate, these loads feature new-manufacture reloadable boxer-primed brass cases, clean-burning powders, noncorrosive primers and bullets. Each lot comes packaged in a mil-spec metal ammo can, a $20 value, that's perfect for long-term ammo storage, organization and transportation to the range. Made in USA.
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Is there a difference between 9mm ammo and 9mm luger ammo?

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The Federal American Eagle 9mm Ammunition with Ammo Can, 218022, would be the same as 9mm luger.
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No, 9mm, 9mm luger, 9mm para, 9mm parabellum and 9mm NATO are the same size round 9x19mm. 9mm NATO has a higher velocity than standerd 9mm rounds, that's the only differance.
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Short answer, No. Generally 9mm Luger is the same as 9mm or "9x19" (9mm diameter projectile and 19mm case). Thanks to the system of naming cartridges yours is a good question. In modern firearms there should not be a problem. BUT, and that's a big but, there are a lot of older guns that may not be safe to shoot. And, there are hot rounds out there that will function but have higher pressures than your gun will like (or could blow up the gun). So talk to a gunsmith or knowledgeable person if you have doubts.
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9mm Luger
9mm Parabellum
9mm NATO
9x19
Are all the same ammo.
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I have a case of ammo from WW2 (German) marked 9mm ...mp40/38 and the cartrige is shouldered.
Although it is 19mm in lenght.
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answered 3 years, 10 months ago
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Is the ammo can that comes with this a .50 caliber can?

Just wondering. I can't tell if it's .50 or .30.
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The Federal American Eagle 9mm Ammunition with Ammo Can, Item # IK- 218022,
comes in a ".30 caliber" sized ammo hard box.
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Depending on the exact dimensions .By eye it is either a .50 cal. Or a double belt 5.56 cal can. There are also a number of " ammo" cans on the market now,mostly foreign "knock-offs" cheaper, thinner not as well made as mil.spec. Surplus.
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.50 cal
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yes .50 cal
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What are the dimensions of the ammo can?

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The Federal American Eagle® Ammunition with Ammo Can, item IK-218022, is a .30 caliber ammo can measuring 5.5” wide by 7” high by 11” long.
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The ammo can measures 12" long x 7" high x 6"deep.
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12"L x 6-1/8"W x 7-1/2"H.
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will this ammo work with all 9mm pistols?

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Pretty much, but you don't want to get it confused with 9x17mm(380 auto). This here is 9x19mm(9mm). There is also the 9x18 makarov which will not like this ammo.

If you have a gun that says 9mm or 9x19 para on the chamber then it shoots this ammo. If your not sure then i would recommend you ask your local gunsmith instead of rearranging your facial parts by accident.
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This 45acp caliber ammo is for a 1911 45 caliber firearm .. You can purchase American Eagle in 9mm caliber and yes 9mm caliber ammo will cycle thru 9mm firearms .
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will the 38 spec work in my ruger 357?

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38 special caliber of the Federal American Eagle® Ammunition with Ammo Can could be used in a Ruger 357.
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I have a Ruger GP100 357 Magnum revolver and it shoots both 357 Magnum as well as 38 Special ammo. I've fired both from this revolver and obviously firing it with 38 Special had less kickback than if fired with the Magnum ammo. It fired both well.
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Is this ammo jacketed lead or steel?

many indoor ranges will not accept use of steel ammo due to riccochet
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The Federal American Eagle® Ammunition with Ammo Can has a steel jacket.
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