Ammo Deals: Norma Range & Training, 9mm MAKAROV, FMJ, 95 Grain, 20 Round Boxes $14.24

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Norma Range & Training, 9mm Makarov, FMJ, 95 Grain, 20 Round Boxes Deal
Norma Range & Training, 9mm MAKAROV, FMJ, 95 Grain, 20 Round Boxes Deal

USA – -( Sportsman’s Guide has Norma Range & Training, 9x18mm MAKAROV, FMJ, 95 Grain, 20 Rounds in stock as of this post date for $14.24. At $0.712 you may ask why we have that listed in deals? Well, it is in-stock and shipping and in a world where any 9mm ammunition even its weird inbred step-sister 9mm-MAKAROV does not exist…that is a score.

Norma® Range & Training Ammo is made for shooters who truly believe that practice makes perfect. And with premium components assembled with precision manufacturing techniques, it’s the perfect practice round.Buy Now Gun Deals

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  • Key Specifications
  • Item Number: 718158
  • Mfg. Number: 620440050
  • UPC Number: 810036150279
  • Caliber: 9mm Makarov (aka 9x18mm)
  • Bullet Weight: 95 grain
  • Bullet Style: Full Metal Jacket
  • Muzzle Velocity: 1,181 FPS
  • Muzzle Energy: 382 ft.-lbs.
  • Case Type: Brass
  • Primer Type: Boxer, reloadable
  • Rounds: 20

Headquartered in Åmotfors, Sweden, Norma has been manufacturing ammunition since 1902. Today, Norma is known as one of the foremost producers of premier-quality ammo in the world.

Ammo Deals: Norma Range & Training, 9mm MAKAROV, FMJ, 95 Grain, 20 Round Boxes $14.24

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I’m not knocking AmmoLand for posting this. If I had a 9mm Mak and was short on ammo, I would be grateful for the tip. In fact, even though I don’t have a 9mm Mak, I am grateful that they provide this kind of service for anyone who does.

That said, why does Norma put FMJ handgun ammo in a freakin’ twenty round box? Et tu Norma? Seriously, twenty round boxes of handgun ammo are stupid for premium ammo, moreso for FMJ “target” ammo. WTH?


Another FMJ ammo “deal”…. NOT !
Now, if it was 50 rounds it might just tip the edge of the “deal” verbage….


If I’m shooting Russian calibers, I much prefer tokarev. Locked breech yield lower recoil for similar weight bullets going as considerably fast.

AmmoSeek still shows mak PPU HP available for $0.34. Equivalent Tok is $0.47 and corrosive-bimetalic surplus for less.


And the answer is, yes, I knew that certain types would bring their ignorance to the table. It is sort of like a cat playing with mice. However, everything I said was true and it is too bad that so many know so little. That’s all on this subject for now, children.


Another AmmoLand rip off. That would be an OK price for 50 rounds.

Alan in NH

Target Sports has Wolf 50 rounds 9mm Mak for 21.99. Still not cheap but you should have stocked up at 12.99 when you had a chance.


This is not a fair deal. Why does Ammoland post these ridiculous “deals.”


Hi Winchester 1973! While definitely not cheap, if I owned a 9mm Makarov and was low on ammo, I would welcome a heads up on the availability of this or any other suitable ammo during this shortage. If I had the greenbacks to spend, I would take comfort having another 60, 100, or whatever extra rounds that I did not previously have for that gun.

Xaun Loc

AmmoLand SAYS that they ran this “deal” simply because ANY “in stock” ammo is a deal today.

A more accurate answer would be because Sportsmans Guide was willing to pay them to run this ad.

All AmmoLand’s “deals” are simply paid ads — the customer pays more so that the store can pay AmmoLand to call it a “deal”


I thought I might add a couple of things. You can reload 9mm Mak ammo with 9mm Para dies. I have also, over the years, picked up quite a bit of 9mm Para brass that had obviously been fired in a 9mm Mak chamber. I think the slightly larger bore allowing bypass kept the pressures down and the longer case “gripping” the chamber mouth, evidenced by the marks on the fired case, helped in blowback guns. Now I have done my good deed for the day. By the way, I’m not responsible for the ammo people choose to fire in… Read more »

Alan in NH

9mm Mak bullet diameter is .364. 9mm Luger bullet diameter is .355, a difference of .009 which is a LOT! No disrespect to RoyD but IMO not a smart thing to mix and match.


You are correct Alan in so much that one must know their limitations. If you don’t understand something you are better off leaving it to those that do. From your post I don’t expect you to understand. Best leave it to those of us who do. If you put in the work yourself, or learn from a master, you would be fine. Sigh.


RoyD, A high pressure round like a 9mm Luger (35,000 psi) could be damaging or a full blow-back weapon, even as well built and rugged as Makarov are. Also rimless cartridges head-space on the rim, and the 9.3mm Makarov (26,000 psi) is also 1 mm shorter than 9 mm Luger so more of the cartridge is unshielded by the chamber . Your “advice” is both questionable and dangerous. Best to keep your advice to yourself, less you cost someone a eye or a hand….good God man…

Alan in NH

OK Roy, if you say so. Another one you can do is fire .41 magnums in a .44 special! No really, the smaller bullet will allow enough bypass to make it alright. It’s got to be true because i saw it on the internet.


Frankly, my Dear, I don’t give a damn!