9mm Luger +P+ Pistol and Handgun Bullets Ammo
(+P+) 124 gr. Jacketed Hollow Point (1,300 fps/M.E. 461 ft. lbs.)
20 Round Box
All Buffalo Bore 9mm +P and +P+ ammunition are 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 human 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.
Item 24B/20 (+p+) 124gr. Jacketed Hollow Point
➤ 1330 fps -- Browning Hi Power MK111, 4.6-inch barrel
➤ 1304 fps -- Beretta 92F, 4.9-inch barrel
➤ 1296 fps -- Glock 19, 4-inch barrel
Item 24B - Exterior Ballistics Charts for several different Muzzle Velocities
Muzzle Velocity @ 1600 fps for Item 24B
Muzzle Velocity @ 1500 fps for Item 24B
Muzzle Velocity @ 1400 fps for Item 24B
Muzzle Velocity @ 1300 fps for Item 24B
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You must be 18 or older to order ammunition. Ammunition must ship UPS ground. Due to Department of Transportation regulations, we cannot accept returns on Ammunition. Make sure to use the correct ammunition in your gun. Check local laws before ordering.
Just saw that Cabella's stocks your excellent Buffalo Bore products so I picked up a few boxes of the 124gr P 9mm JHP. Amazingly effective load! Tested through a Glock 17, 19 and a cheap S&W SD9VE all with excellent results. The impact on my clear ballistic gel looked so nasty, and penetration rivals that of most 147 gr loadings. Used to carry my Glock 32 in .357 sig for winter ccw, now I'm feeling this round is adequate enough for me to switch to my G19 9mm with this load and be just as well armed! Keep up the great loading guys!
I've tested them all. No, really, I have tested 35 different 9mm loads from 90 grain to 147 grain. This particular load has the best expansion and penetration of ANY 124 grain slug. It out penetrated all but 1 147 grain slug. It doesn't get any better than this. The energy dump is great. It rivals a 125 grain 357 in power. This makes it far superior to the 357 because of ease of firing, carrying capacity, and quick follow up shots. Make sure your 9mm isn't an old war model and then put some of these through.
I chrono tested this load using the Gold Dot bullet on 8/27/2011. Thru my Glock 19 the avg for shots was 1299. The rounds fed,fired and cycled perfectly. Also very accurate.
This load elevates the once laughed-at 9mm to a .357 power level handgun capable of holding 15-20 rounds. When you consider that stopping power data shows the 125 grain .357 hollow point load with almost the same ballistics being the ultimate man-stopper, and you can fit so many rounds in a 9mm and practice so cheaply, this load nearly makes other calibers unnecessary.
I shot 40rds of 124gr p 9mm from my springfield XD subcompact with great results. Recoil was very manageable, not much more than standard pressure fmj loads. I shot this at dusk and appreciated almost no muzzle flash. I know Mr. Sundles doesn't recommend using this in a 3"bbl weapon but it ran flawlessly in my pistol. I chronographed the loads and they only decreased an average of 50fps from this short barrel. I will continue to buy this outstanding product. Thanks Buffalo Bore!
I have a steel frame EAA Witness in 9mm, with 6" compensated bbl. The 9mm p 124 gr runs 1380 on my Chrono. Recoil is mild, accuracy is great with 10 shots averaging 2.8 " at 25 yards. Better that a .357 in my humble opinion, for self-defense
Performed great in my Glock 19.
Accuracy: 2”-3” at 25 yards
Recoil: very manageable
Muzzle flash: ? (didn’t shoot at night)
Reliability: fed flawlessly in my Glock
I carry this round in my CCW. 15 rounds of this stuff will stop any bad guy. I gave it 4 stars due to price.