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    IDnumber110
    Caliber9x19
    Model
    Projectile form
    Projectile weight
    Projectile material
    Projectile typeSpecial
    Colour markingsGreen neck, green primer
    V0 mps
    V0 fps-
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    Propellant weight Gram
    Propellant weight Grain-
    This is a ammunition developed by Norma, Sweden for the Swedish police force. The form of the bullet and the construction of the jacket is said to deliver the maximum energy at hit, but at the same time lessen the risk of ricochets. The ammunition is probably used at training just for its lessened risk of ricochets.


     
    IDnumber111
    Caliber9x19
    Model
    Projectile form
    Projectile weight
    Projectile material
    Projectile typeSpecial
    Colour markingsRed projectile, white neck
    V0 mps
    V0 fps-
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    Propellant weight Gram
    Propellant weight Grain-
    This special short range training ammunition to be used on live targets. The projectile is of a plastic material and it is filled with paint. It is a kind of paint ball ammunition. The special thing about it is that you use a normal service gun, the one you are equipped with in your normal assignments. Remove the standard barrel and spring and use the special barrel and spring for this ammunition. The gun will cycle as normal, and you get a drill on how your own gun works.
    I think this cartridge is made by: Imperial Ammunition Div. of Valcartier Industries in Quebec, Canada


     
    IDnumber158
    Caliber9x19
    Model-
    Projectile form-
    Projectile weight-
    Projectile materialGM
    Projectile typeExperimental
    Colour markings-
    V0 mps-
    V0 fps-
    Propellant-
    Propellant weight Gram-
    Propellant weight Grain-
    This is actually not a 9mm cartridge, this is a squeeze bore cartridge intended for a 6,5mm barrel. This is a experimental round from the 60th, and is one out of two designs. I beleve that the ammo is tested in barrels only.
    Thanks to Lewis Curtis who gave me permission to use the image. Curt is a collector of 9x19 cartridges since long and parts of he’s work is to be found on http://cartridgecollectors.org/intro9mm/ Also check out he’s other site http://gigconceptsinc.com


     
    IDnumber159
    Caliber9x19
    Model-
    Projectile form-
    Projectile weight-
    Projectile material-
    Projectile typeExperimental
    Colour markings-
    V0 mps-
    V0 fps-
    Propellant-
    Propellant weight Gram-
    Propellant weight Grain-
    This is actually not a 9mm cartridge, this is a squeeze bore cartridge intended for a 6,5mm barrel. This is a experimental round from the 60th, and is one out of two designs.
    Thanks to Lewis Curtis who gave me permission to use the image. Curt is a collector of 9x19 cartridges since long and parts of he’s work is to be found on http://cartridgecollectors.org/intro9mm/ Also check out he’s other site http://gigconceptsinc.com were a unique drawing of this cartridge is to be found amongst many things.


     
    IDnumber222
    Caliber9x19
    Model
    Projectile form
    Projectile weight
    Projectile material
    Projectile typeTraining
    Colour markings
    V0 mps
    V0 fps-
    Propellant
    Propellant weight Gram
    Propellant weight Grain-
    The Simunition ammunition is used in pistol m/88 (Glock 17) to train troops in a paintball kind of combat training. Parts of the pistol has to be changed to function with the simunition ammunition .

    This the ammunition is used with blue or red colour filled projectiles.

    The ammunition is manufactured by General Dynamics Ordnance and Tactical Systems – Canada (GD-OTS Canada)


     
    IDnumber131
    Caliber9x19
    Model
    Projectile formOgival
    Projectile weight
    Projectile material
    Projectile typeBall
    Colour markings
    V0 mps
    V0 fps-
    Propellant
    Propellant weight Gram
    Propellant weight Grain-
    In 1939-40 there were a import of 9x19 ammunition from Germany. It might of been intended for the Walter P38 that was bought and designated Pistol m/39.


     
    IDnumber18
    Caliber9x19
    Model9 mm sk ptr m/39
    Projectile formOgival
    Projectile weight7,5 Gram
    Projectile materialJacket of tombac plated steel. Led core.
    Projectile typeBall
    Colour markings-
    V0 mps385 mps
    V0 fps-
    Propellant-
    Propellant weight Gram-
    Propellant weight Grain-
    This cartridge is made during 1941 and does not have the seal of the neck and primer of the case. I do not know if this is because Sweden had not started with the seal yet. This is probably a first year Swedish production cartridge.


     
    IDnumber19
    Caliber9x19
    Model9 mm sk ptr m/39 E
    Projectile formOgival
    Projectile weight7,5 Gram
    Projectile materialJacket of tombac. Led core
    Projectile typeBall
    Colour markings-
    V0 mps385 mps
    V0 fps-
    Propellant-
    Propellant weight Gram-
    Propellant weight Grain-
    This is another m/39 produced during WW2. Here the case is made of brass plated steel. They have also skipped the seal of the neck and primer.
    This ammunition is manufactured 1942 and is made with a case of brass plated steel. This ammunition is of less quality than the ones made with brass cases, and has a short storage time. The boxes are marked with a use before date, and the ones I have seen and heard of had a use before date of about a year.
    This is a war time cartridge, made up when there was a shortage of brass, and I have only seen them made between the years 1942-1944.


     
    IDnumber130
    Caliber9x19
    Model
    Projectile form
    Projectile weight
    Projectile material
    Projectile typeBall
    Colour markingsPurple annulus
    V0 mps
    V0 fps-
    Propellant
    Propellant weight Gram
    Propellant weight Grain-
    This cartridge is produced by Winchester and is imported from USA in the beginning of 1940. It has a bit more powder than a standard 9x19 cartridge, and is not suitable for pistols of this time. The intention must of been to use it in the submachine gun 37-39 that was introduced 1939.


     
    IDnumber160
    Caliber9x19
    Model9mm fm/47
    Projectile form
    Projectile weight
    Projectile material
    Projectile typeBlank
    Colour markings
    V0 mps
    V0 fps-
    Propellant
    Propellant weight Gram
    Propellant weight Grain-
    This is an experimental type of the 9x19 blank ammunition, not with the plastic projectile that is typical for the Swedish 9mm blanks but with a wooden bullet. It is not colored in red as usual, it is in plain wood. The designation is fm/47 (trial model 47).


     
    IDnumber162
    Caliber9x19
    Model
    Projectile formOgival
    Projectile weight
    Projectile material
    Projectile typeInert
    Colour markingsGreen projectile
    V0 mps
    V0 fps-
    Propellant
    Propellant weight Gram
    Propellant weight Grain-
    This inert round is produced on a standard cartridge without the rills on the case. The intention is not for use by the troops for drill exercises, it is according to the retired FMV employee I spoke to, to be delivered with a weapon system for tests. I have also seen a box for the ammunition, and text and appearance is in Swedish. There cartridge is to be found in two depths of colouring, either tip dip or with the full projectile in green. The two cases I have seen is for a m/39 cartridge, manufactured in Karlsborgs ammunitionsfabrik and of the years 1945 and 1949, but can really been assembled any years and maybe on used cases.


     
    IDnumber28
    Caliber9x19
    Model9 mm KPtr m/39
    Projectile formOgival
    Projectile weight1,43 Gram
    Projectile materialPlastic and steel
    Projectile typeTraining
    Colour markingsBlack projectile. Blue neck and primer.
    V0 mps350 mps
    V0 fps-
    PropellantÅkb 117
    Propellant weight Gram0,26 Gram
    Propellant weight Grain-
    This round is for a short range indoor practice for submachine gun m/45. It is used with the blank firing barrel without the blank firing shredder mounted at the end of the barrel. The barrel is a bit conical inside and ends in a diameter of 4,5 mm. When firing the weapon the steel ball in the projectile is accelerated and used as a projectile, the rest of the plastic material is shredded and becomes dust.


     
    IDnumber164
    Caliber9x19
    Model
    Projectile formOgival
    Projectile weight
    Projectile material
    Projectile typeInert
    Colour markingsGreen tip
    V0 mps
    V0 fps-
    Propellant
    Propellant weight Gram
    Propellant weight Grain-
    This inert round is produced on a standard cartridge without the rills on the case. The intention is not for use by the troops for drill exercises, it is according to the retired FMV employee I spoke to, to be delivered with a weapon system for tests. I have also seen a box for the ammunition, and text and appearance is in Swedish. There cartridge is to be found in two depths of colouring, either tip dip or with the full projectile in green. The two cases I have seen is for a m/39 cartridge, manufactured in Karlsborgs ammunitionsfabrik and of the years 1945 and 1949, but can really been assembled any years and maybe on used cases.


     
    IDnumber30
    Caliber9x19
    Model-
    Projectile form-
    Projectile weight-
    Projectile material-
    Projectile typePack test
    Colour markingsChromed cartridge
    V0 mps-
    V0 fps-
    Propellant-
    Propellant weight Gram-
    Propellant weight Grain-
    The pack test cartridge is used by the factory to trim their packing machinery. Therefore it is a copy of the standard cartridge with no powder or live primer. It is differentiated from live cartridges by being fully chromed.


     
    IDnumber32
    Caliber9x19
    Model-
    Projectile form-
    Projectile weight-
    Projectile material-
    Projectile typeInert
    Colour markings-
    V0 mps-
    V0 fps-
    Propellant-
    Propellant weight Gram-
    Propellant weight Grain-
    This is probably an inert round that has not been finished. It does not have the right coating and color to be a finished inert round.


     
    IDnumber17
    Caliber9x19
    Model9 mm sk ptr m/39
    Projectile formOgival
    Projectile weight7,5 Gram
    Projectile materialJacket of either tombac or tombac plated steel. Led core.
    Projectile typeBall
    Colour markingsBlack neck and primer.
    V0 mpsV12,5 mps
    V0 fps-
    PropellantPkr II
    Propellant weight Gram0,37 Gram
    Propellant weight Grain-
    This is a sk ptr m/39 as of standard. It has been used to a large quantity of Swedish pistols and submachine guns. The projectile on the picture has a jacket of tombac.
    The V12,5 value is for pistols. For a submachine gun the value is some 30-50 mps higher


     
    IDnumber22
    Caliber9x19
    Model9 mm lös ptr m/39
    Projectile formOgival
    Projectile weight-
    Projectile materialPlastic
    Projectile typeBlank
    Colour markingsRed projectile. Blue neck and primer.
    V0 mps-
    V0 fps-
    Propellant-
    Propellant weight Gram-
    Propellant weight Grain-
    This is an early type of 9mm blank ammunition. The material of the projectile is darker compared with the ones produced today and the case head have the marks of an m/39 round, not the mark of the m/39B as is the usual today.


     
    IDnumber248
    Caliber9x19
    Model
    Projectile formOgival
    Projectile weight
    Projectile material
    Projectile typeBall
    Colour markingsGreen projectile seal, green around primer
    V0 mps
    V0 fps-
    Propellant
    Propellant weight Gram
    Propellant weight Grain-
    This is a trancitional ammunition with a m/39 projectile and typical identifying grean seal, but in a case with a headstamp of a m/39B. That is, a headstamp without the typical double "//" to be found a 2, 4, 8, 10 a clock.

    It has been found with two different headstamps, this cartridge from 1957 and factory 027, and also 1958 and factory 26.

    E.K who informed me of this cartridges pulled a projectile to double check and found the projectile to be a m/39, not a m/39B. The bottom of the projectiles has different shapes.

    Courtecy to E.K of Sweden for the beautiful images and the information, and to Morten Stoen for aditional information and confirmation.


     
    IDnumber31
    Caliber9x19
    ModelLaddblind m/39
    Projectile form-
    Projectile weight-
    Projectile material-
    Projectile typeInert
    Colour markingsGreen projectile
    V0 mps-
    V0 fps-
    Propellant-
    Propellant weight Gram-
    Propellant weight Grain-
    The inert round is easily recognized with its green projectile and the 2 groves around the case. The cartridge is "blind", without primer and propellant. The cartridge is made for safe practicing with the weapon.


     
    IDnumber20
    Caliber9x19
    Model9 mm sk ptr m/39B
    Projectile formOgival
    Projectile weight6,75 Gram
    Projectile materialJacket of tombac plated steel. Led core.
    Projectile typeBall
    Colour markingsRed neck and primer.
    V0 mps410 mps
    V0 fps-
    PropellantPkr II
    Propellant weight Gram0,37 Gram
    Propellant weight Grain-
    m/39B is the 9mm ammunition used today. It was delivered in the beginning of 1955. It has a extra ordinary thick jacket that prevents it from deforming easily, and that makes it better in penetrating hard targets. Some examples: It goes through 50 layers of kevlar or 20 cm of wood or 7 cm of brick. The jacket of the projectile also leads to a higher tear and wear on the weapon. Some figures point at up to 25% higher wear on the barrel when using m/39B ammunition compared against normal 9x19 ammunition e.g. m/39.
    The V0 value mentioned above is for submachine gun m/45. For a pistol the value is some 40mps lower.


     
    IDnumber21
    Caliber9x19
    Model9 mm lös ptr m/39
    Projectile formOgival
    Projectile weightCa 0,95 Gram
    Projectile materialPlastic
    Projectile typeBlank
    Colour markingsRed projectile. Blue neck and primer.
    V0 mps-
    V0 fps-
    PropellantPkr III
    Propellant weight Gram0,28 Gram
    Propellant weight Grain-
    Blank ammunition for Submachine gun m/45 and 45B. At use it's required to change the barrel of the gun to a blank firing barrel with blank firing device.


     
    IDnumber26
    Caliber9x19
    Model9 mm sk prj m/68 slprj
    Projectile form-
    Projectile weight5,75 Gram
    Projectile materialJacket of tombac plated steel. Core of led. Tracer compound.
    Projectile typeTracer
    Colour markingsWhite tip. Yellow neck and primer. Half the case head black.
    V0 mps160 mps
    V0 fps-
    PropellantKemira N310
    Propellant weight Gram0,12 Gram
    Propellant weight Grain-
    The one of the early forms of live round m/68. It is made in Hirtnberger, Austria. It is similar with the m/68 Swedish round, but differs in bullet and powder. Live round m/68 is used for 9mm practice weapon for Pskott m/68. It is used for a distance up to 200 meters. The ammunition is weaker loaded than a standard round, and is forbidden to be used in submachine guns or pistols. If fired in a pistol the weak load will make the gun to not cycle.


     
    IDnumber23
    Caliber9x19
    Model9 mm sk ptr m/68 Slprj
    Projectile formOgival
    Projectile weight5,5 Gram
    Projectile materialJacket of tombac plated steel. Core of ?. Tracer compound.
    Projectile typeTracer
    Colour markingsWhite tip. Yellow neck and primer. Half the case head black.
    V0 mps160 mps
    V0 fps-
    PropellantÅkb 117
    Propellant weight Gram0,10 Gram
    Propellant weight Grain-
    The early form of m/68. It is made in Sweden. Live round m/68 is used for 9mm practice weapon for Pskott m/68. It is used for a distance up to 200 meters. The ammunition is weaker loaded than a standard round, and is forbidden to be used in submachine guns. If fired in a pistol the weak load will make the gun to not cycle.


     
    IDnumber24
    Caliber9x19
    Model9 mm sk ptr m/67 SlPrj
    Projectile formOgival
    Projectile weight5,5 Gram
    Projectile materialJacket of tombac plated steel. Core of copper. Tracer compound.
    Projectile typeTracer
    Colour markingsWhite tip, neck and primer. Half the case head black.
    V0 mps300 mps
    V0 fps-
    PropellantÅkb 119
    Propellant weight Gram0,16 Gram
    Propellant weight Grain-
    Live round m/67 is used for 9mm practice weapon 4 for GRG m/48B, m/48C and for Pskott m/86. It is used for a distance up to 200 meters. The ammunition is weaker loaded than a standard round, and is forbidden to be used in submachine guns or pistols. If fired in a pistol the weak load will make the gun to not cycle.


     
    IDnumber29
    Caliber9x19
    Model-
    Projectile formOgival
    Projectile weight-
    Projectile materialTombac plated steel. Led core.
    Projectile typeHigh pressure
    Colour markingsBlack case head
    V0 mps-
    V0 fps-
    Propellant-
    Propellant weight Gram-
    Propellant weight Grain-
    This cartridge is used by a weapon technician to test if a weapon is fully healthy. The pressure of this cartridge is much higher than a standard cartridge, and an unhealthy weapon will fail the test. Please observe, do NOT use this cartridge yourself to test a weapon, it can cause severe injury!


     
    IDnumber25
    Caliber9x19
    Model9 mm sk prj m/68B slprj
    Projectile form-
    Projectile weight6,0 Gram
    Projectile material-
    Projectile typeTracer
    Colour markingsWhite tip. Yellow neck and primer. Half the case head black.
    V0 mps165 mps
    V0 fps-
    PropellantÅkb 119
    Propellant weight Gram0,10 Gram
    Propellant weight Grain-
    This is the later form of live round m/68. It is made in Sweden. It is similar with the m/68 foreign round, but differs in bullet and powder. Live round m/68B is used for 9mm practice weapon for Pskott m/68. It is used for a distance up to 200 meters. The ammunition is weaker loaded than a standard round, and is forbidden to be used in submachine guns or pistols. If fired in a pistol the weak load will make the gun to not cycle.


     
    IDnumber27
    Caliber9x19
    Model9 mm sk ptr m/67 slprj
    Projectile form-
    Projectile weight5,5 Gram
    Projectile material-
    Projectile typeTracer
    Colour markingsRed tip, blue neck and primer
    V0 mps300 mps
    V0 fps-
    Propellant-
    Propellant weight Gram-
    Propellant weight Grain-
    This is a newly delivered cartridge made 2000 by Hirtenberger, Austria. The color is new with a red tip on the projectile (NATO standard) and with blue around the neck and primer.
    One big thanks to Morten Støen, Norway, for this picture!


     
    IDnumber137
    Caliber9x19
    Model9mm sk ptr m/67 slprj
    Projectile formOgival
    Projectile weight
    Projectile material
    Projectile typeTracer
    Colour markingsRed tip. Blue neck and primer.
    V0 mps
    V0 fps-
    Propellant
    Propellant weight Gram
    Propellant weight Grain-
    This is a late style 9mm sk ptr m/67 slprj manufactured in the year 2000 with the new tracer tip colour that is red.
    Live round m/67 is used for 9mm practice weapon 4 for GRG m/48B, m/48C and for Pskott m/86. It is used for a distance up to 200 meters. The ammunition is weaker loaded than a standard round, and is forbidden to be used in submachine guns or pistols. If fired in a pistol the weak load vill make the gun to not cycle.


     
    IDnumber253
    Caliber9x19
    Model9/39 ÖVNPRJ 11
    Projectile form
    Projectile weight
    Projectile material
    Projectile typeBall
    Colour markingsGreen primer
    V0 mps
    V0 fps-
    Propellant
    Propellant weight Gram
    Propellant weight Grain-
    This cartridge is intended for training indoors with Pistol 88.
    The cartridge is of a hollow point design, but my guess is that it is a lock base were the hollow point is just a rest of the manufacturing, it has no holow point/expanding capability.
    The full designation of the cartridge is 9MM sk ptr m/39 övningsprojectil 11, translated to 9mm training projectile 11.
    The cartridge is manufactured by factory 645 in 2011.



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