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Posted On: 6/19/2021
By: Dennis N Mueller
A: Yes sir! The Canik TP9 SFx can safely fire both 9mm NATO and 9mm +P ammunition.
Posted On: 11/10/2020
A: My apologies Paul, but we don't offer that service. We do update our inventory nearly daily, though, so I hope you'll check back in again soon to see what we can do for oyu!
Posted On: 9/20/2019
A: The Smith & Wesson M&P Manual does list +p ammo as "ok" but notes that the higher pressure produced by +p ammo can lead to more wear and maintenance on your firearm.
Posted On: 5/20/2019
By: Mark Bletch
A: Hi Mark. The NATO 9mm is considered a +P round and your owners manual for the SW 2.0 has this to say.
• “Plus-P” (+P) ammunition generates pressures in excess of the
pressures associated with standard ammunition. Such pressures
may affect the wear characteristics and may result in the need for
more frequent service."
So while it specifically states not to use Plus-P-Plus or (+P+), is seems to indicate that the +P is ok but I wouldn't feed it a steady diet of these higher pressure rounds. Give S&W a call if you have any further questions.
Posted On: 1/25/2019
A: No, this is not sealed.
Posted On: 6/3/2018
A: Yes, the NATO ammo will have crimped primers.
Posted On: 9/17/2017
A: Hello Jeff, Glock's manual states that while it will handle +P ammo, which this is likened to, prolonged use of the higher pressure ammo may shorten the component life of your firearm.
Posted On: 4/17/2017
A: Hello Jon,
This ammunition is packaged in 50 round boxes with 10 boxes per 500 round case. Winchester does not package this ammunition in an ammo can or field box.