I recently was given a few boxes of unfired 9mm Luger ammo with the headstamp shown below. Is this a common ammunition or rare? I know is is Arab and made in Egypt.
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This ammo is pretty common. It came into the US in very large quantities some years back. It is really shooting ammo today, although some collectors may still be looking for the boxes.
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Is this ammo corrosive then? I have 3 and a half boxes of 50, if anyone is interested. If not I may just keep it in the closet. I’m scared it may not feed well in my Kel-Tec PF9.
Expect it to be corrosive primed, dirty and maybe even have a few misfires.
It’s not collectable, and many shooters avoid this ammo…
I had several thousand rounds of this stuff and after having every type of malfunction possible( best was when a bullet would come loose and dump a little powder and the next shot would set it off) gave up shooting it and pulled the bullets for reloading.Dirtest stuff I ever saw.