This 1,000-round case of Sellier & Bellot 9mm ammunition is a great way to stock up on some reliable training ammunition. These 9mm rounds are loaded with a 124-grain full metal jacket projectile, loaded into Boxer-primed, noncorrosive reloadable brass cases. Capable of a muzzle velocity of 1181 FPS, these rounds are a great way to practice with a slightly heavier grain weight projectile in preparation for self-defense loads or just for a fun day of plinking and paper punching with your friends. Each 1,000-round case comes with twenty, 50 round boxes of Sellier & Bellot 124-grain FMJ.
Sellier and Bellot since 1825, has been a reputable manufacturer of ammunition across the globe. As one of the world’s oldest manufacturers, they have built a reputation of performance, garnering military contracts and the trust of commercial shooters across the globe.
Sellier & Bellot Ammo is made in the Czech Republic, and is owned by the CBC Group who also owns Magtech, another company known for producing high quality ammunition. All S&B pistol ammo comes in this nice compact box that's great for storage or packing in a range bag.
This time we tested a 124 grain 9mm, and just like the 115 grain, it performed very well. The cases are reloadable brass, and the bullet has a lead core with a full metal jacket. The primers are all sealed to protect from moisture, and the sealant doesn't leave behind any stains or residue in your gun's chamber.
Reliability in our test guns was flawless for the rounds that we tested. Accuracy was also great, which you can see from this 10-shot group.
Because of it's accuracy, reliability, and high quality reloadable brass cases, I wouldn't hesitate to use S&B ammo in any serious range applications, like self defense training or competition.
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Best Ammo, Best Valueby Shelley J on 3/10/2020
Been shooting this load and bullet weight from Sellier & Bellot for a couple if years with no problems. Glock, Smith... Read More
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The most helpful critical review
Great ammo but not at almost 50 cents per trigger pull.by GD on 8/10/2021
Love Lucky Gunner, but if you are “flush” with ammo lower the price back to pre-pandemic prices. Also noticed that v... Read More
I have had nothing but great things to say about this ammo. Works in many different pistols. Glock and Ar-9's. The extra heavy bullet with a little more power from the round almost guarantees smooth function and reliability. Pair that with lucky gunner awesome customer service is a match made in heaven.
Ordered 2000 rounds at $0.30cpr and it arrived within 72 hours (thanks LG!). I dumped 350 of those rounds into a small ammo can and went to the range to shoot out of my Glock 45. I did a quick inspection of each handful of rounds I grabbed to load up my mags. Every individual cartridge looks clean and brand new in appearance. The boxes they came in seem a little worn, probably from shipping. Every round I've fired so far has performed consistently and without issue, indicating good quality control for this batch. I have no reason to believe the remaining 1650 rounds will perform poorly. Will definitely purchase more in the future as long as it stays at 30cpr or I find something better.
This is actually my second order of this ammo from LG.
I bought it primarily for range practice: indoor and outdoor.
The first batch performed almost perfectly. I had two squib cartridges out of 1000. Those two both did the same thing: the gun made an odd-sounding bang, the bullet left the muzzle, the slide racked, the casing ejected, a new round was loaded from the magazine, but the trigger didn’t reset.
But 2/1000 for a brand new handgun isn’t bad. And I learned how to safely deal with squibs. That’s why I knocked off 1 star.
A weird positive about this product: it ships in much smaller boxes than other products I’ve tried. It’s awesome - since the volume taken up in my ammo storage cans, range bag etc is much smaller.
Lucky Gunner’s service is exceptional. They ship to my FFL - no muss, no fuss.
I don’t think this ammo is good value: it’s still markedly more expensive than it used to be; but it is cheaper than most other brands.
Sometimes we should be happy when something does exactly what they claim it will do. I put a few hundred rounds of this ammo through my Ruger PC Carbine. No problems at all. It shot well, was accurate and was not a dirty ammo.
Great ammo but not at almost 50 cents per trigger pull.
by GD on 8/10/2021
Love Lucky Gunner, but if you are “flush” with ammo lower the price back to pre-pandemic prices. Also noticed that virtually all the S&B reviews were pre-Covid back when prices were half of what they are now. Yes to all below when the price goes down.
Been shooting this load and bullet weight from Sellier & Bellot for a couple if years with no problems. Glock, Smith & Wesson, Sig, and H&K all with zero trouble and minimum recoil. Only ammo I buy in bulk.
never heard of or used S&B it's not sold locally here in the part of CT I live in and a while back its was on sale in January so I decided to give it a shot since most gun shops in my area don't carry 124 grain 9mm. And honestly I was shocked on how small the 1k of rounds came in i'm used to bigger boxes just for 500 rounds when I bought ammo from cabelas or a few years back before dicks went anti gun. Took all 1k of ammo out inspected it all was good a few boxes a little bit beat up which is standard but all the 9mm was fine I checked every single round and yesterday 02/21/2020 I shot all 1k rounds and let me tell you this ammo blew me away honestly all 1k rounds fired with the no issues out of my star m43 which usually gives me trouble since it's picky as hell with ammo and mainly my now broken in CZp10c. The ammo burned very clean and left very little residue which I never had before most ammo's I've put through my guns leave quite a bit of unburnt powder this S&B left significantly less powder than what I'm used to seeing I honestly can't go back to blazer or anyone for bulk ammo after my first and amazing experience with S&B I will only shoot S&B when I can afford to buy bulk again well worth the money and quality was amazing of the ammo and the performance as well I will order more through lucky gunner again
I have used this ammo for awhile, but local sellers had quit carrying it. It may not be NATO spec, but is pretty dang close. I had never heard of Lucky Gunner until a co-worker pointed me in their direction. I gotta say, unless it’s an ammo emergency, I’ll buy my “boolits” from Lucky Gunner from now on. Ordered 1000 rounds of the S&B 9mm, and 500 round of 5.56 late Sunday night. The FedEx dude rang my doorbell at 0900 this morning. Thank you
I had numerous incidents where the bullets failed to fire even thought they showed a primer strike. Happened with all my guns (Glock 17, Glock 19, Sig 365 and CZ 75). I put them back in the gun and most fired the second try... but some took a third striker hit to actually fire the round. I had some Hollow Points that I shot in each gun to make sure it wasn't the guns... and they all fired the alternate ammo fine. I wouldn't buy these again.
Hey there Lorin, even though we do not manufacture the ammo we sell, we want every customer experience to be good. Reach out to us at this phone number 1-800-317-9506 and let's see what we need to do to take care of this issue.
Can't beat this ammo at this price point. Clean shooting and reliable, well-made ammo. Put a few hundred rounds through my VP9 and had no hangups whatsoever.
The packaging is a bit sub-par compared to something like Federal ammo. Cardboard and plastic was kind of minimal, but not a problem as long as you are responsible and secure your ammo. Also this stuff shipped quickly and even though a box or two was a bit beat up in the mail, no problems or complaints with the ammo itself or lucky Gunner whatsoever.
I have used S&B ever since I have been shooting ( about 2 years). The gun club I use features this ammo. I have bought it from Lucky Gunner twice now. It runs clean with the least amount of fouling ( Better then Remington, Agulia, and Sig ammo) I have never had a malfunction because of ammo or I could not isolate it to the ammo. The felt recoil is fine, I can see a slight difference between 115 and 124 and I always go 124 when it's in supply. The extra shipping box for me is key as my Wife runs a business out of our home so not having a gun or ammo label on the outer box is nice. The ammo it's self has always came in good condition, no dents or major dings, sometimes a few of the individual boxes have looked slightly damaged but the ammo has always been fine. No misfires or any ammo issues to report. The price is good, for me it is better then gun club prices and has even beat Gander Outdoors, Cheaper than Dirt and Sport'sman Guide. I have been buying ammo here exclusively now.
Lucky Gunner always delivers extraordinary customer service. I love doing business with these folks, and I will be a loyal customer for years to come. Sellier & Bellot makes great ammo. I prefer the 124 gr (9 mm); but, I am sure that their other weights and calibers are good, too. I train with their FMJ and carry their JHP. Recently, I bought a case of JHP so that I could have more realistic training with my carry and home defense guns. S & B has always performed flawlessly for me. And, Lucky Gunner has always provided me exceptional customer service at low price points. Great ammo; extraordinary customer service.
I've done several 1000 round bricks of either 115 grn or 124 gun and I could not be more impressed. I have yet to have a single failure of any type, the ammo is extremely consistent and reliable. But it is also very clean. I put over 300 rounds through my CZ Tactical Sportsman this weekend and when I broke it down for cleaning it was barely dirty. The barrel cleaned up with one brushing and 4 patches. The ramp and receiver were equally clean. Great ammo.
I've been firing 115gr FMJ Sellier & Bellot and have not had any problems at all. I just purchased a case of 1000 124gr FMJ Sellier & Bellot and had a FTE with the first box. I was really surprised. I was shooting my S&W Shield 9mm. This Shield has had no problems handling 124gr before. I've got a lot of this ammo left so i'll see how it does. Hopefully this will be the only problem I will have with it.
Really good stuff, bad side is; It goes fast! yep. just like all S&B ammo
by Omar on 6/15/2019
I got a 1000 of these and made work of them in a matter of 2 weeks.. so like on the other S&B calibers I buy, I got more.
And then some more to hold me up through the new California law that starts in July..
It hits well and it is reliable.
As soon as the state figures out that lawful people are not the problem and fix the silly law, I will buy more.
This is awesome stuff. I did some chrono and accuracy tests with a number of bulk and defensive loads using a Glock 34 vs Freedom Ordnance FX-9, 8" pistol and the S&B 124g FMJ was by far the most accurate and yielded the most consistent velocities. It was better than premium defensive loads, with a very low standard deviation of spread in velocity. This ammo is nice and warm... putting out NATO spec [or +P] velocities, which AR pistols and PCC's prefer. It ran flawlessly. Will be picking up another case of it soon.
Over 2,000 rounds down range so far of the 124gr S&B and not one issue so far out of the G34 and G26. We actually ran 1000 rounds through the G34 in one day. Very consistent, Inexpensive, Awesome ammo. After 1,000 rounds it really wasn't that dirty either. If I had shot Blazer Ammo it would have been dirtier just after 50 rounds
I purchased 1000 rounds of this ammo in 124. One of the reviews back about a year ago said the ammo was a bit dirty. I was breaking in a new Kimber micro 9 and wanted to make sure I wasn't going to blame ammo condition for any FTF or FTE issues, or blame the firearm for ammo issues. I took a white napkin and cleaned every round I loaded into the dozen clips I took to the range. The rounds looked like jewelry coming out of the box and when I was done loading the clips, I could have folded up the napkin and used it for dinner. Spotless.
Range results, were impressive. Yes as one reviewer stated, they are a bit hotter than our usual Lawman 124's, but not ugly hot. I air mailed just over 200 rounds with not 1 issue of any kind and even with a new piece it consistently held a 3.5 inch group at 50 ft. If there was a flyer it was certainly on operator. Taking my time on each shot at 25 ft. still in the 3in group. I don't think the operator was doing the firearm or the ammo justice.
Cleaning the sweet little 9 after, was surprising as it was far cleaner than I would have expected after 200 pops. The wife has a micro 9, and running 190+ Lawman 124s through hers, it was far more soiled. Price, performance and quality control all seem to align, so I just ordered another 1000 rounds from LG. 17 to 19 cents a round for range loads is a reasonable price point, but too few manufacturers meet the price point and deliver on the other two elements.
I put 500 rounds through a 92FS, 250 through a P-10C, and 250 through a VP9SK. No issues of any kind. Be aware that S&B 124 grain (and 115 grain) 9mm FMJ is relatively hot compared to a lot of similar ammo, which can be good or bad depending on what you want.
This applies to both the 115 grain and 124 grain versions of the S&B FMJ (ball) ammunition in 9mm Luger. I’ve purchased several different manufacturers’ FMJ rounds in 9mm for my CZ 75 B and it loves this stuff. Makes sense, Czech ammo in a Czech firearm. No FTE or FTF with either the 115gr and 124gr versions. The boxes are very compact which is a big plus.
These rounds perform just as well as Federal American Eagle 115gr, Winchester 124gr NATO spec, Winchester Service Grade and Remington military/LEO training ammo.
Pretty big muzzle flash (at least on a CZ 75), but that’s not a problem for me.
The only (minor) complaint I have is that the quality of the cardboard used for the boxes themselves seems to be a little on the low side. I noticed that after throwing several boxes in my range bag some of the edges had worn out after handling. They didn’t break apart but it seemed like they would if I had continue to handle them roughly. Otherwise, this stuff comes highly recommended.
Great ammo shot 150 rounds and did not have any malfunctions. I will be buying again, ( will admit it is pretty dirty ) will review again later. I have bought twice from LuckyGunner and the delivery has been on point
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Q: Can you ship to Maryland?
Posted On: 10/12/2022
By: james Bateman
A: Yes sir! Lucky Gunner is able to ship ammo to individuals 21 and older across the dtate of Maryland, with the exception of our friends in Friendship Heights Village and Takoma Park, where local regulations make it very difficult to ship ammo. We require all Maryland residents to verify their age prior to shipment. This may require you to provide us with a copy of your driver's license or other government issued photo ID showing your date of birth. You can learn more about our service to Maryland here: https://www.luckygunner.com/maryland-ammo-sales
Q: where are these made
Posted On: 8/27/2022
By: Michael Seedorff
A: Thanks for reaching out Michael! This ammunition is made in the Czech Republic.
Q: Are primers sealed?
Posted On: 7/19/2022
By: Ron Newsome
A: No sir, not on this ammo.
Q: Is there a way to be notified that a certain ammo is in stock once you receive it??
Posted On: 12/6/2020
A: Sorry, but we don't offer that service. Our inventory does update quite often even during this ammo drought, so I hope you'll check back in again soon to see what we have in store!
Q: Price and I’m stock?
Posted On: 8/14/2020
A: Thanks for reaching out Bruno! We're currently out of stock on this ammo, and we'll update it's price tag as soon as we get more in. We constantly update our site with new arrivals, so I hope you'll check in soon to see what we can do for you!
Q: Will this ship directly in California or does it require transfer to an authorized dealer for pick-up?
Posted On: 3/3/2020
A: Unfortunately we are unable to ship to California, even to an FFL holder there. We regret we can't serve you.
Q: Are these NATO spec?
Posted On: 1/7/2020
By: Alex R
A: Hello Alex R. the Sellier & Bellot 124 grain 9mm is not a NATO round, however, in the link provided is some Winchester 9mm 124 grain FMJ NATO that we have in stock! Keep in mind 9mm NATO is essentially 9mm+p, so make sure you're firearm(s) is rated for those higher pressures! Happy Shooting!
Q: There’s no steel in this right?
Posted On: 8/6/2018
By: Daniel Gramling
A: Thank you for your question and the opportunity to serve you better! These are brass-cased, lead core rounds. There is no steel content and they are non-magnetic.
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