buffalo bore 9mm
buffalo bore 9mm. IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT THE HEADSTAMP ON THIS BRASS: Due to limited supplies of brass, Buffalo Bore has begun loading +P and +P+ ammunition in brass that may not be indicated as such on the headstamp. Example: 9mm Luger +P+ ammunition may be designated as 9mm Luger +P or simply 9mm Luger on the headstamp.
Bore loads their ammunition up to maximum SAAMI specifications, which delivers devastating performance on a wide range of game. Please note that this ammunition is not intended for older guns. It is made for modern firearms only, as some of the ammunition could damage older and weaker firearms. This ammunition is new production, non-corrosive, in boxer primed, reloadable brass cases.
Owner of Bore Tim Sundles on Buffalo Bore Heavy 9mm +P+ Ammunition:
All Bore 9mm +P and +P+ ammunition is loaded with flash suppressed powder so you won’t be blinded if you have to drop the hammer in low light. Over 90% of all shootings are in low light, so flashed suppressed powder can be a life saver as no one wants to be blind after they fire one shot in a real critical situation.
There is such a variety of 9mm pistols in public use that we will not determine what guns are compatible with which 9mm loads. It is up to you to determine the compatibility of any ammo with your particular pistols.
Check out the below velocities that we shot with our ammo in several modern pistols. We don’t believe that test barrels are a very real way of determining the true velocities of ammo out of real guns. So, as with all of our ammo, we use real firearms to determine real velocities. Note that the longest barrel did not generate the highest velocities with any load. This suggests that there are a lot more factors involved with velocities in internal ballistics than just barrel length.
- Browning Hi Power MK111, 4.6 inch barrel 1330 fps
- Beretta 92F, 4.9 inch barrel 1304 fps
- Glock 19, 4 inch barrel 1296 fps