I have some 9mm cartridges and there more have you seen all of these?
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    I have some 9mm cartridges and there more have you seen all of these?

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Size:  126.4 KBI have 15 different 9mm cartridges. Have you seen them all.
    #1 9mm Browning short or 380 Auto. 9x17 mm
    #2 9mm Ultra or 9mm Police 9x18 mm
    #3 9mm x 18 Makarov slightly larger bullet.
    #4 9mm Federal 9x19Rmm
    #5 9mm Glisenti same size as 9x19 Luger But less power 9 M 38 Italian WW2
    #6 9mm x 19 Luger
    #7 9mm Browning Long
    #8 9 x 21mm longer case for countries that will not allow civilians to own 9x19 luger.
    #9 9mmx22R Japan revolver
    #10 .356 T S&W actually 9x21.5 mm
    #11 9mm STEYR
    #12 9mm Bergmann-Bayard
    #13 9 x 23 Winchester
    #14 9 x 25 Mauser Export
    #15 9 x 25 Dillon

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    Just seen pictures it is amazing the different handgun and rifle cartridges

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    I really had no idea THAT many existed
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toddlars1 View Post
    I really had no idea THAT many existed
    Actually there are even more. I have a several more and I am sure there are more that I do not have.
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    Very interesting. Some of those I have never heard of, and others I have heard of but not seen.

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    Thanks for putting together that picture. Several times I have nearly bought an interesting old gun and then seen that the 9mm was something odd and hence the low price.
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    A good friend of mine was a 9mm junkie that had collected examples of 9mm ammo for years before he passed away about 6 years ago. I helped his brothers go thru his estate and we found about a collection of different 9mms that totaled about 2000 variations. Most were examples of the 9x19 (Luger) rounds but there were many others as well including such rarities as a 9mm Mars round and several different 9mm pinfire rounds. Another person that had corresponded with my old college friend for years wound up buying the collection. In addition to the 9mm ammo, he had over 250 different 9mm revolvers and pistols in his collection!
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    It should go without saying: When loading magazines DO make sure you are putting the proper rounds in the proper magazine.

    .380 (aka 9mm SHORT) will not work in a 9mm semi auto gun - at least not after you fire the first round....... (yep......will NOT do that again!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShooterGranny View Post
    It should go without saying: When loading magazines DO make sure you are putting the proper rounds in the proper magazine.

    .380 (aka 9mm SHORT) will not work in a 9mm semi auto gun - at least not after you fire the first round....... (yep......will NOT do that again!)
    There are numerous 9mm rounds that are different lengths and/or slight bullet dia. that could be mistaken for the popular 9 x 19 Luger round.
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    Check out this study of 9mm ammunition:

    http://cartridgecollectors.org/docum...Cartridges.pdf

    It's one of the best collector references I've ever seen.
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