Lew, Just to let you know, as far as all of my research into the legalities of pistol-caliber AP, all of these exposed-tip-steel-core type cartridges from Russia in 9x19 and 9x21 are perfectly legal to own here (except in IL, CA, TX, and wash D.C. with their really anal pistol AP laws) as long as they are imported legally as any other typical ammo would be. This is due to the fact that their cores are only partially made of a listed hardened material. The percentages on these work out to roughly 50/50 in terms of lead/steel. So these are legal in the same way that the FN 5.7x28mm SS190 variant cartridges are with their partial steel-core tip, and mostly lead rear core. Only that one cartridge on the far left of the photo I’m not sure about… It looks like a solid steel monolithic bullet with a brass driving band?, and so if that is a post 1986 production cartridge, and if it’s not already in the country, then you’d have to be a class 10 or class 11 FFL to get one according to the book. I’ve noticed that most all of the modern pistol / PDW AP rounds are only partially hardened metal-core bullets, and so they skirt nicely around the federal pistol AP ban. Getting boxes of them is super unlikely, but if anyone can get them, it’s somebody in the IAA.