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|Bullet Weight||115 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)|
|Use Type||Range Training|
|Ammo Casing||Zinc Plated Steel|
|Ammo Caliber||9mm Luger (9x19)|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||1180|
|Cost Per Round||22.0¢ per round|
Silver Bear ammunition is manufactured in Russia by Barnaul. With a non-reloadable steel case, and a bi-metal jacketed bullet, it's some of the least expensive 9 millimeter ammunition available. Some steel-cased ammo has a polymer coating to help it feed better. Silver Bear, instead, uses a zinc-plated steel case. I don't know that one is necessarily better than the other, but I find that polymer coated ones sometimes gives off a funny smell. So I tend to prefer Silver Bear for steel-cased ammo.
We tested the 115 grain, 9 millimeter with a bullet that's got a normal lead core and a bi-metal jacket made of steel copper and zinc. Because there's steel in the jacket, it will attract a magnet, which some shooting ranges don't allow. So be sure to check with your range first. We ran this ammo through six of our test guns and didn't have a problem at all with reliability or feeding.
In fact, we got some of the best accuracy out of this ammo from a rest at 15 yards than we've had with any ammo in our tests so far. Now I'm not prepared to say that all Silver Bear ammo is what you would call match accurate, and maybe I was just having a good day at the range. With that said, I certainly wouldn't hesitate to look at Silver Bear for dependable range ammo. And it might be a great choice if you're looking to stock up and buy in bulk.
9mm silver bear
Review by marty. (Posted on 12/26/14)
For the money the ammo was great. All 500 rounds went down the barrel of my H&K 45 with no problems. Fast shipping also, I had my ammo at the door in just two days. Lucky gunner is a great place to buy good ammo!!!
(Posted on 12/26/14)
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Review by don c . (Posted on 10/2/14)
went thru a case of 500 in about 3 days and only had one jam. probably my fault though. I never cleaned the gun in between. it does leave quite a bit of residue but good stuff.
(Posted on 10/2/14)
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Review by Jr.. (Posted on 1/10/14)
9mm round's worked great on my Ar 15 and 1911!
(Posted on 1/10/14)
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Just for targets.
Review by derail325i. (Posted on 12/29/13)
The ammo is cheap enough but just for shooting targets. In every box i get at least 1 misfire where the primer is seated to deep. If you have a true double action it's ok just pull the trigger again but now a days must guns are striker fired so you must rack the slide, very dangerous. It's not the cleanest so clean your gun good after each use. It is what it is.
(Posted on 12/29/13)
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The best bang for your buck
Review by Troy. (Posted on 7/3/13)
The summary says it all. It's usually the cheapest, and unless you reload it's the best choice. High quality and accurate, and pretty clean burning. I love the zinc coating, and I like polymer coated as well, both prevent corrosion which can be a problem in the humidity of the south. If you are shooting a 3000 dollar nato weapon then maybe consider spending a little extra, but for ak's (I use SB in my ak) and typical 9mm's, this stuff is what you want. One last thing, these things LOOK cool as hell.
(Posted on 7/3/13)
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Review by jmp200553. (Posted on 12/11/11)
Ammo shoots clean ejects well. In 500 rounds did not have one miss-feed, at least yet. Plan to continue to use.
(Posted on 12/11/11)
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We also have this 9mm - 115 gr FMJ - Silver Bear - 50 Rounds ammo in stock in a smaller quantity.
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