Various 9mm Update

Discussion in 'Semi-Auto Handguns' started by pumpkinball, Dec 27, 2010.

  1. pumpkinball

    pumpkinball New Member

    Hey folks, I got bored and decided to go back and do a little research on a thread that I started a few months back. I was asking what all the different 9mm rounds there were. Little did I know that I had only scratched the surface until I got so many responses from ya'll. Thanks for all your input. And now this is what I found.

    This is my update straight out of the books (not neccessarily in order):

    9.1mm (Abadie)
    9x18mm Makarov
    9x18mm Police (9mm Ultra)
    9mm Browning Long (9x20mm Browning SR)
    9mm Glisenti
    9x19mm Parabellum (9mm Luger, 9x19mm NATO)
    9mm Federal
    9x21mm IMI
    9x21mm Gyurza (9x21mm SP-10)
    9mm Action Express (9mm AE)
    9x23mm Steyr
    9mm Largo (9mm Bergmann-Bayard, 9x23mm Largo)
    9mm Super Cooper (9x22mm Super Cooper)
    9x23mm Winchester
    9mm Mars
    9x25mm Mauser (Export caliber for C96)
    9mm Winchester Magnum
    9x25mm Dillon
    9x25mm Super Auto G
    9x30mm Magnum (9mm Dillon Magnum)
    .380 ACP (9x17mm Browning Short)
    9.8mm Auto Colt
  2. c3shooter

    c3shooter Administrator Staff Member

    Very good research grasshopper!

    However, I notice you did not list the various 9mm rifle cartridges, such as the 9.3x72R. :p

    The variety of what is out there is truly surprising when you start looking. F'rinstance, consider the humble .22 in all it's variety.........

  3. JonM

    JonM Lifetime Supporting Member Lifetime Supporter

    dont forget

    9mm Federal
    9mm Japanese
    .38 Short Colt
    .38 Long Colt
    .38 S&W Special
    .357 S&W Magnum
    .357 Rem Max
    .38 S&W
    9x18mm Ultra
    .357 SIG
    9mm Bergman/Bergman-Bayard
    9mm Mauser Pistol
    9mm Winchester Magnum
    .356 TSW (Team Smith & Wesson)
    .38 ACP (.38 Auto)
    .38 Super Auto
    9.8mm Auto Colt
  4. pumpkinball

    pumpkinball New Member

    Actually thanks, I did find them but didn't reallize that .38 caliber was equivelant bore to a 9mm
  5. JonM

    JonM Lifetime Supporting Member Lifetime Supporter


    the 9mm and 38 are actually .35 caliber so a 38 special is actually a 35 special the 357 magnum is one of the few truly named rounds. a 44magnum is really .41. that was done in the past to make the cartridge sound bigger. they measured a loaded round at the case mouth to get .38 and .44

    there are other rounds like taht too. any .35 caliber is 9mm
  6. willfully armed

    willfully armed New Member


    Bullet diameters for the various 9mms and 38 calibers are not the same.

    .355, .356, .358, .361.

    44 rem mag is not a .41, it mikes a .429 diameter.

    .35 rifle cals, 35 whelen, 35 remington, they use .358
    Last edited: Dec 27, 2010