50 round box - 9mm Luger Subsonic 158 Grain FMJ IMI Ammo Made by Israel Military Industries Mfg 2015

50 round box - 9mm Luger Subsonic 158 Grain FMJ IMI Ammo Made by Israel Military Industries Mfg 2015

50 round box - 9mm Luger Subsonic 158 Grain FMJ IMI Ammo Made by Israel Military Industries Mfg 201550 round box - 9mm Luger Subsonic 158 Grain FMJ IMI Ammo Made by Israel Military Industries Mfg 201550 round box - 9mm Luger Subsonic 158 Grain FMJ IMI Ammo Made by Israel Military Industries Mfg 2015
50 round box - 9mm Luger Subsonic 158 Grain FMJ IMI Ammo Made by Israel Military Industries Mfg 201550 round box - 9mm Luger Subsonic 158 Grain FMJ IMI Ammo Made by Israel Military Industries Mfg 2015
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SKU: IMI-9mm-158-box

9mm Luger subsonic 158 Grain FMJ IMI ammo made by Israel Military Industries in 2015. This 9mm subsonic ammo is brass case with sealed boxer primers and a heavy 158 grain bullet for reliable cycling and subsonic velocity. This ammo is made to military specification and ideal for suppressed / silenced firearms. The projectile is copper jacketed, lead core and non-magnetic. IMI ammo is regarded as some of the finest quality ammo made anywhere in the world and here at SGAmmo we are happy to offer this great ammunition to our clients. Quality of this ammunition is excellent and the brass is good for reloading.

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Summary: Tested 300 rounds throughout 4 different types of firearms without issue. While this ammo is a little dirtier than other subsonic offerings, it runs well and is a good complement to other subsonic offerings by SG. IMI 158gr 9mm ammo has been highly sought after for subsonic UZI shooting and I was thrilled to see a new offering on the market. I run a GemTech multimount can with adaptors for a Gen3 Glock 19, a McKay UZI, a MKE MP5K Clone and a Colt 6951(all Semi Auto). Previously I’ve dabbled in various 147gr TMJ-FP factory ammo, Hornady 147gr FMJ-BT-RN reloads, and Fiocchi/Priv 158gr factory ammo. SG is a great vendor with super-fast shipping. The IMI 158gr factory ammo is well packed in military-grade packaging (brown boxes, simple plastic inserts). The IMI 158 has a true round-nose bullet similar to the Priv round, but has a longer COL length of 1.160 compared to Privi Partisan at 1.150 and the Fiocchi with a part RN/FP bullet set to approx. 1.125. The longer cartridge overall length concerned me for curved or lined magazines, but all rounds loaded into all different types of mags I utilized without issue. The straight UZI/HK/Colt mags all showed a good amount of remaining clearance with these rounds, the Glock and curved HK mags appeared to be a little tight, but no problems loading mags with LULA or Glock mag loaders. The first test platform was the Gen 3 Glock 19 with the GemTech LID adaptor on a Lone Wolf barrel. I utilized both (2) 15rnd and (1) 31rnd magazines to test 60 rounds. All rounds fed and fired without issues. I noticed a good bit of particulate blasted back to my face with this test, more than I experienced with the Federal 124gr Silencer-Subsonic offering and if I were not wearing glasses I may have had to schedule a trip to the eye doctor. Particulate to the face was not an issue in the other firearms tested. The second test platform was the MKE MP5K clone. Utilizing 1 each HK Straight, MKE Plastic Curved, and MKE Plastic metal mags, these rounds(90) fed and fired perfectly through the platform. Utilizing a red dot sighted at 40’, I did not experience a noticeable drop in the point of impact and was able to hit a 200yd steel gong with reckless abandon. The third test was the Colt 6951 utilizing steel metalform and colt factory mags. With a 16” barrel, none of the rounds(90) went supersonic (unlikely with the 158's, but I’ll get this with certain presumed subsonic rounds). I found that my Colt OE magazine was double-feeding rounds which I was not previously familiar with, but the aftermarket metalform mag fed 2 full cycles without issues so I am currently considering this a magazine issue and not an ammo issue. The fourth test was with the McKay UZI. Expecting that the round itself was built to run in an UZI, I was not surprised with every round(60) feeding and firing perfectly as expected. Between the tests, swapping the can between platforms appeared a bit more difficult as it seemed the can would get dirtier and need more force to unthread it from the various can adaptors. At one point I had to use a strap wrench to break the 1/2x28 fixed adaptor I run on the MP5K from the can. While my last test was the ‘winclean’ 147gr offering this is the dirtiest ammo I’ve run through my 9mm can to date. Random additional notes: Another online vendor has placed a note on different weight IMI 9mm ammunition that it has harder primers and may not work in all weapons. At a casual glance I suppose the firing pin hits might be lighter than other brands, but there were absolutely no issues with primer ignition in the platforms tested. As stated the casings are boxer primed, brass cased and there is no primer crimp so the stack of empties I now have should be a great candidate for subsonic reloads in the future. Based on good performance I have purchased 2 additional cases for now and hope this continues to be available in the future.