The 9x19mm Parabellum (abbreviated 9mm, 9x19mm or 9×19) cartridge was designed by George Luger and introduced in 1902 by the German weapons manufacturer Deutsche Waffen- und Munitionsfabriken (DWM) for their Luger semi-automatic pistol. For this reason, it is designated as the 9mm Luger / 9mm Luger +P by the SAAMI and the 9 mm Luger by the C.I.P.), differentiating it from the 9mm Makarov and 9mm Browning (.380 ACP) cartridges. Under STANAG 4090, it is a standard cartridge for NATO forces as well as many non-NATO countries.
Good To Go 9mm Parabellum/Luger Subsonic ammunition is designed to operate at speeds less than the speed of sound, which avoids the bullet making a supersonic shockwave or “crack” as it travels. While this ammo is full power, it is “standard pressure” and falls within the SAAMI guidelines of 35,000 PSI, so it is designed for use in ALL 9mm handguns, suppressed or otherwise and will not cause accelerated wear in your firearm. Subsonic ammunition usually uses heavier bullets to retain as much energy and momentum as possible at the lower velocities. GTG subsonic ammo is designed for suppressed or silenced firearms.
This cost effective 9mm ammunition is loaded with a brass casing, Winchester primer and powder along with a 147 grain full metal jacket (FMJ). This round is loaded to SAAMI specs along with integrity and attention to detail to ensure reliability and outstanding performance.
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