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  2. 9×19mm Parabellum - Wikipedia

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    The 9×19mm Parabellum (also known as 9mm PARA, 9mm Luger, 9mm NATO or simply as 9mm) is a rimless, centerfire, tapered firearms cartridge . Originally designed by Austrian firearm designer Georg Luger in 1901, [6] it is widely considered the most popular handgun and submachine gun cartridge due to its low cost, adequate stopping power and ...

  3. 9 mm caliber - Wikipedia

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    9 mm caliber. This is a list of firearm cartridges that have bullets in the 9 millimeters (0.35 in) to 9.99 millimeters (0.393 in) caliber range. Case length refers to the round case length. OAL refers to the overall length of the loaded round. All measurements are given in millimeters, followed by the equivalent in inches between parentheses.

  4. 9×23mm Largo - Wikipedia

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    Compared to the 9×19mm Luger +P, performance is also lower but at lower pressure in the 9×23mm Largo. While external dimensions are almost identical, the 9×23mm Largo is a very different cartridge from the modern, high-performance 9×23mm Winchester. Firing the thicker-walled 9×23mm Winchester round in a 9×23mm Largo pistol is dangerous ...

  5. 9mm Winchester Magnum - Wikipedia

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    The 9mm Winchester Magnum, which is also known as the 9×29mm, is a centerfire handgun cartridge developed by Winchester in the late 1970s. The cartridge was developed to duplicate the performance of the .357 S&W Magnum in an auto-pistol cartridge.

  6. 9×23mm Winchester - Wikipedia

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    The 9×23mm Winchester is a pistol cartridge developed as a joint venture by Winchester Ammunition and Colt's Manufacturing Company. [2] The 9×23mm Winchester has a convoluted development history, but was commercially introduced by Winchester in 1996. Marketed primarily to competition shooters as a replacement for .38 Super for International Practical Shooting Confederation, United States ...

  7. 9×23mm Steyr - Wikipedia

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    History Adopted in 1912, the 9mm Steyr was the service ammunition for most branches of the military in Austria-Hungary during World War I and remained the service ammunition for Austria, Romania and Chile between the World Wars. [2] Some MP 34 submachine guns were also issued in this caliber in addition to 9×25mm Mauser.

  8. 9mm P.A.K. - Wikipedia

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    9mm P.A. ( Pistole Automatik, German for "automatic pistol"), 9×22mm or 9mm P.A.K. ( Pistole Automatik Knall, "automatic blank pistol") is a firearm cartridge for a non-lethal gas pistol noisemaking gun. Caliber 9mm P.A. includes various blank, gas or rubber ammunitions made for different use. 9mm P.A. Blank has also been used for theatrical ...

  9. 9mm Browning Long - Wikipedia

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    The 9mm Browning Long, also known as the 9×20mmSR, is a military centerfire pistol cartridge developed in 1903 for the FN Model 1903 adopted by Belgium, France, Estonia, the Netherlands, and Sweden.