|Bullet Weight||Not Applicable|
|Ammo Caliber||9mm Luger (9x19)|
|Cost Per Round||16.0¢ to 20.0¢ per round|
Some occasions don’t call for bullets. If you’re training a dog to ignore the sound of gun shots, he’ll learn his lesson just as effectively if nothing can actually get shot. If you’re simulating gunfire during a training exercise, it’s usually best to leave bullets out of the equation, too. And if you’re filming a movie, few actors are committed enough to “realism” to risk actually getting hurt.
This blank 9mm ammo is made by Dynamit Nobel AG of Germany. Each round has a plastic dome covering its case mouth; this is only to facilitate reliable feeding, as the plastic will be blown to smithereens during ignition. These brass-cased rounds are equipped with non-corrosive Boxer primers – as well as real propellant.
Under no circumstances should you treat this or any other blank ammo like a toy. Its white hot propellant gasses are capable of causing injury or even death at close range.