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About This Norma 9mm Luger AmmunitionNorma. It’s not just the name of the lady who won the Miss America pageant back in 1926 (I know this because we dated briefly during the 1930s; we broke up because she thought I was too old for her). Norma is also a great Swedish ammunition manufacturer, which occasionally produces 9mm ball in Hungary as well.
I remember back when the 9mm was first introduced in 1901. Georg Luger, who invented the cartridge and who was also a close personal friend of mine, would approve of what Norma has cooked up here. This round’s 124 grain full metal jacket projectile features a strong gilding metal jacket that promotes smooth feeding and clean performance. Alongside its solid lead core, the FMJ’s jacket makes it fully nonmagnetic. So long as you don’t expect terminal expansion from an FMJ, this round’s bullet will live up to your expectations.
When brass was invented around 500 BC, I never could have imagined that it would one day be used to make this ammo’s brand new and reloadable cases. Norma’s noncorrosive Boxer primers and clean-burning powder are both welcome additions to this fine training ammo. This ammo even comes with free shipping, which is a concept I came up with back while I was working for King Tutankhamun. I’m very old.
|Ammo Caliber||9mm Luger|
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