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Excellent Quality 9mm Ammo for Practice & Other Applications

When you’re looking for practice ammo with the performance and reliability of a premium load, reach for a box - or a case! - of Winchester USA White Box 9mm NATO 124gr FMJ.

Winchester’s USA White Box 9mm NATO 124gr FMJ is loaded with a traditional "ball" full metal jacket round-nose bullet that delivers reliable function and good accuracy without terminal bullet expansion or barrel leading.

- Applications: practice, target, competition, recreation, personal defense
- Reloadable brass cases
- The universal "9mm" - also called 9mm Luger, 9x19mm, 9mm Parabellum

Winchester USA brand White Box 9mm NATO 124gr FMJ ammo gives the high-volume pistol shooter great performance at a price that’s easy on the wallet.

SKU#: Q4318CASE
105-001-710WB
Mfr Part: Q4318CASE

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Just ordered 500 rounds. Good deal.

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Nice....who's the nimrod thumbs downing this...lmao. Who cares about the holders. Use ammo cans and dump em when you get em.

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Foam? Mine came in a perfect fitting Winchester box with 10 boxes of round ages in it.

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Inside each of those Winchester boxes are styrofoam holders. At least it was that way for the last 1,000 rounds I bought. Other brands use plastic holders. These broke up (mostly the corners) in shipping.

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I had zero problems with the function of this ammo. I *did* have a problem with the styrofoam packaging it comes in. Nothing like a day at the range & spending half your time trying to remove little foam pieces from each round!

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says that it is unavailable at the website

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I love the way my guns shoot with this ammo. The only knocks I have it’s dirty as hell. If you’re an indoor range shooter you may not like all the smoke from this ammo. With that said I still love this stuff and your gun will feel like it’s all jacked up on steroids lol.

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I got 500 rounds of MEN9B. I wasn't impressed with all the rage about it. The Brass cases were very average looking at best. Not like jewelry as most have claimed it looks like. However, New Sellier & Bellot has a very high luster to it though. But S&B ain't the cleanest burning round. Also the MEN9B was quiet dirty burning. All rounds had puffs of black smoke coming out of both my Wife's M&P Shield and my H&K VP9. Very contradictory to what most say. Fiocchi Shooting Dynamics, PPU NATO, And Yavex were all extremely clean burning. No puffs of excessive powder dust exiting gun from any of those 3 brands/lines. Also MEN9B had very mild velocity compared to those 3 listed above. But, the MEN9B did go BANG every time and zero functionality issues with it. But definitely NOT worth the extra $2-$3 a box versus the 3 ammo brands I just listed. By the way, zero functionality problems with all three brands I listed above as well. I was very much let down by MEN9B.

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i prefer MEN nato (SGAmmo), but for the $ this is not a bad deal.
my MP5 clones, glocks and walthers like both.
ordered 1k, gonna save my MEN.

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Some of the striker fire handguns won't like this. It has a very hard primer.

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+p 9mm is 36,000 psi. NATO 9mm is 36,500 psi. You are right this is a hotter load than +p.

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Although not marked it is a +P round! NATO is 10% hotter.

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This ammo is not +p.

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It is not called +P, but it is.

9mm NATO is loaded to higher pressures.

"The SAAMI pressure for 9mm Luger ammo is around 35,000 PSI, and C.I.P (think European SAAMI) rates 9mm Luger ammo at 34,080 PSI. According to documentation, the 9mm NATO rounds are pressured at 36,500 PSI (again according to CIP). That means that when compared to standard 9mm ammo, the 9mm NATO ammo is running a higher pressure, analogous to a 9mm +P load, which SAAMI rates around 36,000 PSI."

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Make sure you are shooting it through a pistol rated for +p.

9mm NATO is higher pressure than regular 9mm.

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Seriously? Is this true?

Only been shooting a couple of years. I wish it would have read this comment before I placed my order. Was the bling this was a really good deal they would be going through a kahr on9 and a 19.

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Kahrs are rated for +p are they not? I figure you will be fine so far as safety and reliability are concerned. Also you will have a practice ammo that more closely mimics the loads of defensive options so overall I figure you made a good choice.

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""The SAAMI pressure for 9mm Luger ammo is around 35,000 PSI, and C.I.P (think European SAAMI) rates 9mm Luger ammo at 34,080 PSI. According to documentation, the 9mm NATO rounds are pressured at 36,500 PSI (again according to CIP). That means that when compared to standard 9mm ammo, the 9mm NATO ammo is running a higher pressure, analogous to a 9mm +P load, which SAAMI rates around 36,000 PSI."

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You will be fine

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Not sure how the word “thinking” got replaced with the word “bling” Since I don’t even use that word. Posting from my phone.

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