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This article lists firearm cartridges which have a bullet in the 9 millimetres (0.35 in) caliber range. The most prevalent of these rounds is the 9×19mm Parabellum.

  • Length refers to the round case length.
  • OAL refers to the overall length of the round.

All measurements are given in millimetres, followed by the equivalent in inches between parentheses.

Pistol cartridges

Name Bullet Length Rim Base Shoulder Neck OAL
9×18mm Ultra 9.00 (.354) 18.50 (.728) 9.50 (.374) 9.50 (.374) N/A 9.50 (.374) 26.16 (1.03)
.380 ACP (9×17mm Browning Short, .380 Auto, 9mm Corto, 9mm Kurz) 9.02 (.355) 17.30 (.681) 9.50 (.374) 9.50 (.374) N/A 9.50 (.374) 24.89 (.980)
9×18mm Police 9.02 (.355) 18.00 (.709) 9.50 (.374) 9.87 (.387) N/A 9.68 (.381) 25.14 (.990)
9mm Glisenti 9.02 (.355) 19.15 (.754) 9.98 (.393) 9.96 (.392) N/A 9.65 (.380) 29.21 (1.15)
9×19mm Parabellum (9mm Luger) 9.02 (.355) 19.15 (.754) 9.96 (.392) 9.93 (.391) N/A 9.65 (.380) 29.69 (1.169)
.357 SIG 9.02 (.355) 21.97 (.865) 10.77 (.424) 10.74 (.423) 9.68 (.381) 9.68 (.381) 28.96 (1.140)
9mm Browning Long 9.02 (.355) 20.32 (.800) 10.26 (.404) 9.75 (.384) - 9.55 (.376) 27.94 (1.10)
9×21mm 9.02 (.355) 21.08 (.830) 9.96 mm (0.392 in) 9.93 mm (0.391 in) N/A 9.63 mm (0.379 in) 29.69 (1.169)
9×21mm Gyurza 9.05 mm (0.356 in) 20.9 mm (0.82 in) 9.9 mm (0.39 in) 9.9 mm (0.39 in) - 9.6 mm (0.38 in) 32.7 mm (1.29 in)
9×23mm Largo 9.00 mm (.355 in) 23 mm (0.91 in) 10.0 mm (.392 in) 9.9 mm (.390 in) N/A 9.6 mm (.379 in) 34 mm (1.32 in)
9×23mm Steyr 9.02 (.355) 22.86 (.900) 9.67 (.381) 9.65 (.380) N/A 9.65 (.380) 33.02 (1.300)
9mm Bergman/Bergman-Bayard 9.02 (.355) 23.11 (.910) 9.96 (.392) 9.90 (.390) N/A 9.52 (.375) 28.75 (1.132)
9mm Mauser Pistol 9.02 (.355) 24.89 (.980) 9.90 (.390) 9.88 (.389) - 9.55 (.376) 35.05 (1.380)
9×25mm Dillon 9.02mm (.355) 25.1mm (.990) 10.8mm (.425) 10.8mm (.425) 10.7mm (.423) 9.7mm (.380) 31.8mm (1.250)
9mm Winchester Magnum 9.02 (.355) 29.46 (1.160) 10.01 (.394) 9.96 (.392) - 9.63 (.379) 39.37 (1.550)
.356 TSW (Team Smith & Wesson) 9.04 (.356) 21.59 (.850) 10.01 (0.394) 9.924 (0.3907) N/A 9.652 (0.380) 29.464 (1.160)
.38 ACP (.38 Auto) 9.04 (.356) 22.86 (.900) 10.31 (.406) 9.75 (.384) N/A 9.75 (.384) 32.51 (1.280)
.38 Super 9.04 (.356) 22.86 (.900) 10.31 (.406) 9.75 (.384) N/A 9.75 (.384) 32.51 (1.280)
9×23mm Winchester 9.04 (.356) 22.86 (.900) 10.01 (.394) 9.96 (.392) N/A 9.68 (.381) 31.62 (1.245)
9×18mm Makarov 9.25 (.364) 18.03 (.710) 9.90 (.390) 9.90 (.390) N/A 9.85 (.388) 24.64 (.970)
.375 JDJ 9.525 (.375) - - - - -
9.8mm Auto Colt 9.65 (.380) - - - - -

Revolver cartridges

Name Bullet Case length Rim Base Shoulder Neck OAL
9mm Federal 9.02 (.355) 19.15 (.754) 11.02 (.434) 9.93 (.391) N/A 9.65 (.380) 29.69 (1.169)
9mm Japanese 9.04 (.356) 21.89 (.862) 11.05 (.435) 9.83 (.387) N/A 9.47 (.373) 29.99 (1.181)
.38 Short Colt 9.07 (.357) 19.43 (.765) 11.02 (.434) 9.63 (.379) N/A 9.63 (.379) -
.38 Long Colt 9.07 (.357) 26.29 (1.035) 11.02 (.434) 9.63 (.379) N/A 9.63 (.379) -
.38 S&W Special 9.07 (.357) 29.34 (1.155) 11.02 (.434) 9.63 (.379) N/A 9.63 (.379) 39.37 (1.550)
.357 S&W Magnum 9.07 (.357) 32.77 (1.290) 11.02 (.434) 9.63 (.379) N/A 9.63 (.379) 40.39 (1.590)
.357 Rem Max[1] 9.093 (.358) 40.77 (1.605) 11.02 (.434) 9.63 (.379) N/A 9.63 (.379) 50.55 (1.990)
.38 S&W 9.15 (.360) 19.68 (.775) 11.02 (.434) 9.65(.380) n/a 9.58(.377) 29.97 (1.180)
.380/200 (.380 Revolver)[2] 9.15 (.360) 19.68(.775) 11.02 (.434) 9.65 (.380) - 9.58 (.377) 27.94 (1.100)
.41 Long Colt[3] 9.80 (.386) 28.7 (1.13) 10.92 (.430) 10.29 (.405) - 10.26 (.404) 35.31 (1.39)

Rifle cartridges

Name Bullet Case length Rim Base Shoulder Neck Length overall
.35 Winchester[4] 9.1 (.358) 61 (2.41) 13.7 (.539) 11.6 mm (.457) 10.5 (.412) 9.6 (.378) 80 (3.16)
.35 Winchester Self-Loading[4] 8.91 (.351) 29.3 (1.154) 10.3 (.405) 9.7 (.381) - 9.6 (.377) 42 (1.65)
.351 Winchester Self-Loading[4] 8.91 (.351) 35.05 (1.38) 10.34 (.407) 9.58 (.377) - 10.95 (.373) 48.51 (1.91)
9×57mm Mauser[5] 9.06 (.3565) 56.82 (2.237) 11.94 (.470) 11.94 (.470) 10.95 (.431) 9.83 (.387) 80.98 (3.188)
9×39mm 9.3 (.366) 39 (1.53) 11.30 (.445) 11.25 (.443) 10.36 (0.408) 9.98 (.393) 56 (2.20)
.35 Remington 9.09 (.358) 48.77 (1.920) 11.68 (.460) 11.63 (.458) 10.29 (.405) 9.75 (.384) 64.13 (2.525)
.35 Whelen[6] 9.09 (.358) 63.35 (2.494) 12.01 (.473) 11.99 (.472) 11.20 (.441) 9.78 (.385) 84.84 (3.34)
.356 Winchester 9.09 (.358) 2.015 in (51.2 mm) .506 in (12.9 mm) .4703 in (11.95 mm) .454 in (11.5 mm) .388 in (9.9 mm) 2.56 in (65 mm)
.358 Winchester 9.09 (.358) 51.18 (2.015) 12.01 (.473) 11.94 (.470) 11.53 (.454) 9.86 (.388) 70.61 (2.78)
9mm Jonson 9.09 (.358) 51.6 (2.030) 15.0 (.590) 15.0 (.590) 14.6 (.574) 9.97 (.3925) 71.4 (2.81)
.350 Remington Magnum[7] 9.12 (.359) 55.12 (2.170) 13.51 (.532) 13.03 (.513) 12.57 (.495) 9.86 (.388) 71.12 (2.800)
.358 Norma Magnum 9.12 (.359) 64.0 (2.520) 13.50 (.531) 13.03 (.513) 12.45 (.490) 9.86 (.388) 85 (3.346)
9.3×57mm 9.3 (.366) 56.5 (2.224) 11.94 (.470) 11.94 (.470) 10.95 (.433) 9.91 (.390) 81.0 mm (3.19 in)
9.3×62mm 9.3 (.366) 62 (2.441) 11.94 (.470) 12.09 (.476) 11.43 (.450) 9.91 (.390) 83.59 (3.291)
9.3×64mm Brenneke 9.3 (.366) 64.00 (2.520) 12.60 (0.496) 12.88 (0.507) 12.05 (0.474) 10.04 (0.395) 85.60 (3.370)
9.3×66 Sako[8] 9.3 (.366) - - - - - -
9.3×72R 9.3 (.364) - - - - - -
9.3×74mmR 9.3 (.366) 74 (2.925) 13.35 (.526) 11.9 (.469) 10.40 (.409) 9.91 (.390) 92 (3.6)
.375 H&H Magnum 9.525 (.375) 72.390 (2.850) 13.51 (.523) 13.03 (.513) 11.38 (.448) 10.26 (.404) 91.440 (3.600)
.375 Remington Ultra Magnum[9] 9.525 (.375) 72.39 (2.850) 13.56 (.534) 13.97 (.550) 13.34 (.5250) 10.29 (.405) 91.44 (3.600)
.375 Ruger 9.525 (.375) 2.580 (65.5) 13.51 (.532) 13.51 (.532) 13.08 (.515) 10.26 (.404) 84.84(3.340)
.375 Weatherby Magnum 9.525 (.375) 2.860 in (72.6 mm) .532 in (13.5 mm) .512 in (13.0 mm) .492 in (12.5 mm) .402 in (10.2 mm) 3.600 in (91.4 mm)
.376 Steyr[10] 9.52 (.375) 59.69 (2.350) 12.55 (.4940) 12.73 (.5010) 12.02 (.4732) 10.11 (.3980) -
.378 Weatherby Magnum 9.525 (.375) 73.99 (2.913) 15.32 (.603) 14.78 (.582) 14.22 (.560) 10.13 (.399) 92.71 (3.65)
.375 Winchester 9.525 (.375) 2.020 in (51.3 mm) .506 in (12.9 mm) .420 in (10.7 mm) - .400 in (10.2 mm) 2.560 in (65.0 mm)
.38-55 Winchester 3775 in (9.59 mm) 2.085 in (53.0 mm) .506 in (12.9 mm) .421 in (10.7 mm) - .392 in (10.0 mm) 2.510 in (63.8 mm)
.38-56 WCF 3775 in (9.59 mm) 2.10 in (53 mm) .605 in (15.4 mm) .505 in (12.8 mm) .445 in (11.3 mm) .40 in (10 mm) 2.50 in (64 mm)
.375 Chey Tac - - - - - - -
.375-416 - - - - - - -
.375 Snipe Tac - - - - - - -
.375 SOE - - - - - - -
Modern .375 H&H (full length 375 Ruger case) 9.525 (.375) 72.39 (2.850) 13.51 (.532) 13.51 (.532) 13.1 (.516) 10.29 (.405) 91.44 (3.600)

See also

References

  1. .357 Rem Max data from Accurate Powder
  2. Barnes, Frank C., ed. Amber, John T., Cartridges Of The World (3d Edition), (DBI, 1978), ISBN 0-695-80326-3. His table, p.177, mistakenly lists the caliber as .375 (9.5mm).
  3. Barnes, Frank C., ed. Amber, John T., Cartridges Of The World (3d Edition), (DBI, 1978), ISBN 0-695-80326-3.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 Cartridges Of The World 3d Edition, by Frank C. Barnes, Edited By John T. Amber, ISBN 0-695-80326-3.
  5. Cartridges Of The World 11th Edition, By Frank C. Barnes, Edited By Stan Skinner, ISBN 978-0-89689-297-2
  6. .35 Whelen data
  7. .350 Remington Magnum data from Accurate
  8. Sako Homepage
  9. .375 RUM data from Accurate Powder
  10. .376 Steyr cartridge dimensions

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