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Posted On: 8/16/2022
By: Stan R Smith
A: Thanks for reaching out Stan! The Walther P38 is chambered for 9mm, which is also known as 9mm Luger and 9x19. Those are all different names for the same exact cartridge. Your Walther is not designed for 9mm +P, which will produce greater pressure than its chamber is designed to contain. In short, you can fire any of the 9mm ammo on our site – unless it is 9mm +P, 9mm +P+ or 9mm NATO, which are all overpressure and too powerful for your handgun. Sounds to me like you just want some 9mm 115 grain FMJ ammo for target shooting. For that I would recommend the ammo you see here on this page, although I personally prefer Federal American Eagle: luckygunner.com/9mm-115-grain-fmj-federal-american-eagle-500-rounds
Posted On: 11/1/2021
A: Thanks for reaching out John! You can easily determine your order's final cost, with shipping, before you commit to a purchase. Please follow these three quick steps:
Posted On: 2/5/2020
By: Zef Abraham
A: Hi Zef. Thanks for getting in touch with us today. Yes, the 9mm - 115 Grain MC - Remington UMC - 500 Rounds would be fine for range practice in your Glock 17. It is a good quality round at an affordable price. Let us know if you have any other questions. Thanks, and have a good day!
Posted On: 2/12/2019
By: Kevin O'Neill
A: This ammo is a great choice. For any initial firing of a newly acquired pistol I always suggest a good quality brass cased ammo. This removes as many potential issues from the equation.
Posted On: 5/12/2018
By: Terry Stubbs
A: This ammo will come to you in a cardboard case of 10 boxes of 50. Those 50 round boxes will be packed in the plastic trays.
Posted On: 6/9/2017
A: Hello Oleg,
This ammunition is packaged in 50 round boxes with 10 boxes per 500 round case.