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Posted On: 9/23/2022
By: Edward Wentling
A: Yes sir, they will!
Posted On: 9/7/2022
By: James T
A: Thanks for reaching out James! By our measure this case of ammunition weighs 28.05 pounds.
Posted On: 1/31/2022
A: Thanks for reaching out Chris! This ammo meets your indoor range's criteria, guaranteed. Federal's FMJ bullet is made of lead and gilding metal – no materials that could conceivably attract a magnet. For reference, any 9mm ammo that comes from an American mannufacturer is pretty much certain to have a nonmagnetic bullet. The ferrous bimetal bullt jacket is a Russian quirk. This ammo has brass cases, and it's factory-made – not handloaded/reloaded. You never have to worry about buying black powder ammunition, either. That's something only used by historic firearm enthusiasts.
Posted On: 7/23/2021
A: Absolutely sir, this ammo should function correctly in both your Ruger and your Glock!
Posted On: 7/9/2021
By: Daniel DiBua
A: Thanks for reaching out Daniel! This ammo should function correctly in any 9mm carbine. We can ship to Long Island, too. You can learn more about our shipping service to New York here:
Posted On: 2/3/2021
By: Arlan Rodgers
A: Yes sir, that is our entire business model right there! We haven't got this particular ammo in stock at the present moment, but we have got 9mm ammo for training and self-defense in stock and ready to ship immediately: luckygunner.com/handgun/9mm-ammo
Posted On: 11/5/2020
A: Absolutely! I assume it says "9x19" on your Glock's slide, but that's just the European name for 9mm.
Posted On: 8/16/2020
A: Given that info I'd say you're good to go with this ammo. I'd only tell you that you ought to avoid firing TMJ ammo when you've got a muzzle brake, as one of its ports could shave off a sliver of the jacket. With FMJ bullets like this you're not risking that painful complication.
Posted On: 3/18/2020
A: Thanks for asking, Matt! We're experiencing a huge surge in business in light of recent events, but we're working hard on restocking our warehouse in the process. As this is hands down one of our most popular products, we believe it oughtn't take Federal too long to replenish our supply. We appreciate you bearing with us in the meantime!
Posted On: 12/15/2019
By: Charlie Dragone
A: Hi Charlie. Your Sig will love the American Eagle 9mm ammo! We often have this on sale, so keep an eye on the website or sign up for our newsletter. You will always know the best price available on our ammo. Let me know if I can get this on the way to you today my friend.
Posted On: 5/5/2019
A: Hi Cal, we charge what FE or UPS charges us for the delivery. You can click the "add to cart" button on any produce and you will be taken to your shopping cart page. There you can add your zip code and get the exact cost of shipping and sales tax (if your state requires us to collect them), before you proceed to checkout. You can also call us at 8003179506 and we will take a look for you!
Posted On: 3/6/2019
By: John Murphy
A: This ammo has a lead core and a copper jacket. For lead free you will want either a Barnes all copper projectile or a Cor Bon all copper projectile.
Posted On: 2/10/2019
By: Dustin Davis
A: Yes, this is jacketed ammo so it will be fine in your ported barrel
Posted On: 2/1/2019
By: Eric Brooks
A: Neither will cause more wear on a gun than the other. The steel cased ammo is less expensive but may not perform will in all firearms. Use of steel cased ammo will required cleaning your firearm a bit more frequently thatn brass due to slower expansion during firing. The brass cased is more expensive but is generally considered a higher quality option, and will work well in almost all firearms.
Posted On: 4/9/2018
By: Luis F Barandiaran
A: Unfortunately manufacturers do not give out their specific load data for proprietary reasons.
Posted On: 12/18/2015
A: Hello Steven,
This ammunition features a copper jacketed, lead core bullet and does not contain any steel.
Posted On: 6/3/2012
By: John Smith
A: Luger is the last name of the man who designed this 9x19 cartridge, Georg Luger. This ammunition is also known as 9mm Parabellum, that word is latin for; "If you seek peace, prepare for war". Ammunition manufactures will include one, or a combination of these words and numbers to identify their product. Any of the above will indicate you are receiving the modern and popular 9mm cartridge, which is 9x19mm.