|TYPE OF ROUND||AVG VEL||HIGH VEL||LOW VEL||ES||SD|
|Pirotecnia de Sevilla, Feb 62||1123||1150||1110||40||11.6|
|Fabrica Nacional Palencia, Julio 1949 (see note 4)||1023.3||1073||780||293||87.8|
|CCI Blazer 124G TMJ, LOT J01Y27||1101.6||1119||1077||42||12.0|
|CCI Blazer 124G GDHP, LOT D17A2 (see note 5)||1079.5||1114||1040||74||21.4|
|Empresa Nacional Santa Barbara de Industrias Militares S.A. Toledo OCT 1981|
|Fabrica Nacional de Toledo 1949|
|RELOADS (see note 6)||1095.3||1108||1081||27||8.9|
Surplus International LLC, which has a good stock of surplus 9mm Largo ammunition for sale has conducted tests of their ammunition in a variety of firearms, that data is mirrored here.
1. Measurements were taken with a Chrony Inc. Model F-1 placed 6 feet from the muzzle.
2. Firearm used was a Star Model A.
3. Conditions were approximately 70 degrees F, 25 mph cross wind, I have no idea of our elevation here in the Texas Panhandle.
4. I bought this ammunition from a collector at a gun show. The cases have corrosion on them, but the bullets are not corroded into the cases. I had one hang fire and the low velocity round peppered my face with something, I believe it was unburned powder.
5. The box from the GDHP lists the muzzle velocity as 1190 using 4 inch test barrel.
6. Reloads utilized cut down 9mm WinMag brass, Bullseye powder, CCI standard primers and 125g 9mm LRN bullets.
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