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9x19mm Luger ammunition is a very common caliber in both the real world and in NMRiH. It is used in police and civilian handguns, carbines, and in submachine guns by hundreds of manufacturers from all over the world. First used by the Germans in 1902 it gained worldwide popularity after World Wars 1 and 2 with showing no signs of slowing down. 9mm Luger ammunition comes in boxes at a minimum of 1 and a maximum of 20 rounds per box. 9mm Luger ammunition has low-to-medium damage output and low range performance.
9mm Luger ammunition is used in the following weapons:
- Beretta M9 - a maximum of 15 rounds per magazine
- Heckler & Koch MP5A3 - a maximum of 30 rounds per magazine