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(Item .012) 9x19mm Luger, Shell Shock Case, loaded, One Cartridge, not a Box!



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(Item .012) 9x19mm Luger, Shell Shock Case, loaded, One Cartridge, not a Box!


“Newer Production!”, Mint! Bright or may have minor *Patina*! NO Dents! No Scratches, No corrosion! No Junk!
One Cartridge, not a box, the picture of the box is for reference only.
For more versions of the 9mm Luger , please click here: LINK!

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One Cartridge: 9x18mm a.k.a. 9mm Luger (+P), pistol cartridge and used in a few rifles. Loaded by Creedmoor Sports, using a special two piece case by Shell Shock Technology, with “S3 9mm LUGER” head-stamp and a 124 grain JHP (Jacketed Hollow Point) projectile.

For more versions of the 9mm LUGER, please click here: LINK!

History of Shell Shock Case: From Shell Shock Technology’s web-site:
“Engineered for the future: 50% lighter and 2x stronger than brass.
Outperforms nickel-plated brass on every level. Uniform wall thickness + proprietary assembly techniques = reliable and consistent velocity, 0.93 fps standard deviation with ejects cool to touch.
Made in the USA.” Other reviews from Police Products with Lindsey J. Bertomen: “Shell Shock Technology’s brass is a two-piece product.
The cylindrical part, closest to the bullet, is a nickel alloy stainless steel.
Since regular stainless steel really isn’t magnetic, they have added that property in the formula. The base is nickel-plated aircraft aluminum.
They are joined together by a proprietary process.
The flash hole in a Shell Shock brass is inherently concentric.
It’s slightly larger than a standard flash hole, with a slight taper.
The Shell Shock case can handle quite a bit more chamber pressure than standard brass.
For this particular 9 mm, it has been tested as high as 65,000 psi.
By the way, since the base is aluminum, it can be anodized into any color.
This can lead to quick cartridge identification.”

History of the 9x19mm Luger cartridge:
The 9mm Luger, or Parabellum was introduced in 1902 by Georg Luger of DWM (Deutsche Waffen und Munitions Fabriken, formerly Ludwig Loewe & Company of Berlin, Germany.
The 9mm Luger has been used by almost every military in the world.
It has been used in handguns, machine guns and rifles.
It is the most popular* handgun cartridge and there are 1,000s of head-stamps and loads for this caliber.
*I know the 45 ACP is also popular, but the 9 mm is still on top , according to most publications, although the 45 ACP is by far more powerful.

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Weight 0.10 lbs

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