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    IDnumber17
    Caliber9x19
    Modelsk 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


     
    IDnumber18
    Caliber9x19
    Modelsk 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
    Modelsk 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.


     
    IDnumber20
    Caliber9x19
    Model9mm 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.


     
    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.


     
    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.



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