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Posted On: 10/8/2020
A: No sir, you couldn't even fit a 9x23 Win cartridge in a 9mm handgun's chamber. Your Beretta can strictly fire 9mm or 9mm +P ammunition. You can see what we have in stock for your handgun right here: luckygunner.com/handgun/9mm-ammo
Posted On: 9/12/2020
By: mark SZYMANSKI
A: No sir, this is a totally different type of ammo. You want 9mm, but your G43X is also designed to safely fire 9mm +P. We have one selection in stock at the moment, but it's super high quality self-defense ammo: luckygunner.com/9mm-124-grain-p-jhp-speer-le-gold-dot-duty-50-rounds. Just keep in mind that 9mm +P is loaded to a higher pressure than 9mm, so it's more powerful at the expense of wearing out a semi-auto faster. Hardly an issue for self-defense, but not good for target shooting!
Posted On: 8/30/2020
By: kevin carpenter
A: No sir, they different cartridges. The 9x23mm Winchester was in fact developed from the 9mm Winchester Magnum, yet it is significantly shorter in overall length and wouldn't function in a 9mm Win Mag pistol.
Posted On: 8/3/2019
A: Hi Tom. Thanks for looking to LuckyGunner.com for your ammo needs. This is NOT the 9mm Largo round you need. Although they are both 9x23mm rounds, the pressure of the Winchester round would be very dangerous in your Largo Pistol. I am sorry, but right now we are out of stock on the ammo you need for your Star. Keep checking back. When we do get this in, you can stock up at our great price!
Posted On: 6/24/2019
A: This ammo is not compatible with the 38 Auto. While they share similar dimensions they are different. The pressure difference is quite drastic as well. The 38 Auto is very neat 19,500psi while this product the 9x23 Winchester is rated at 42,000psi. I cannot recommend using this ammo in that pistol.
Posted On: 4/23/2019
By: Jimmy Hambrick
A: Hi JH. Thanks for the question on gel testing. Chris and the team over at the LuckyGunner Lab have not yet performed a test on this particular round. While they are currently busy working on content to add to the Lounge and Lab, I will pass along the recommendation to see if we can add this in the future.