The 9mm is larger, the caliber is 3.55, the .30 caliber is just that 3.08 calibers in the 30 range are not always the 30 caliber of the name of the caliber - such as 38 spcl is actually .357" - 9 mm is always .355" and is just slightly smaller than the 357 mag and 38 spcl at .357" - weight is highly variable also in 30 cal as they are often used for rifles so go from very light to very heavy - 9 mm weight doesnt vary as much as they are for handgun or submachine gun use only - also since 9 mm is almost always used in autoloaders the bullets are short to fit small magazines and be easy to autoload
Generally speaking, the .45 caliber bullet is larger in diameter and heavier than a 9mm bullet.
A single 9mm bullet is about 3-6 cents. A 9mm Parabellum (Luger) CARTRIDGE is about .30-.55.
The .357 Magnum is a larger cartridge, can fire a heavier bullet, and has about twice the energy of a 9mm Parabellum cartridge.
The .40 is larger in diameter and (normally) has a heavier bullet.
The .380 is a 9mm bullet. But, going with the assuming that you're comparing the .380 ACP (9x17mm) against the 9mm Luger/9mm Parabellum (9x19mm), the answer would be no.
There are SEVERAL 9mm cartridges- the most common is probably the 9mm Parabellum (9mm Luger). A 9mm Parabellum BULLET (not cartridge) is typically slightly smaller than a .38 Special bullet- .356 instead of .357. The 9mm is frequently (not always) lighter- and shorter. Other 9mm cartridges (such as the 9mm Makarov) will have different bullets.
9mm diameter is .355 40 diamerter is .40
Typically, they're about even.. the bullet diameter .38 Special is larger by a negligible amount - .357, as opposed to .356 of the 9mm Parabellum.
380 and 9mm ammunition IS NOT INTERCHANGEABLE.
No, the bullet will not seat.
The 9mm round in loaded with a bullet diameter of .356"in.
Pistol bullet speeds range from 80-900 miles per hour. A 9mm bullet travels at approximately 682 miles per hour.
The .22 bullet is smaller than the 9mm in size, (about 6mm) and is lighter in weight.
The 9mm Lugar round is longer than a .380 Caliber, which is also equal to 9mm in diameter. The overall cartridge and the bullet is larger and the case contains more powder. The 9mm Lugar is more powerful. BTW, the .40 cal Smith and Wesson is also called a 10mm. It is only 1mm larger in diameter and a little more powerful than a 9mm Lugar.
The .40 is a larger diameter round. The projectile has a dimension of .4005, versus the 9mm Parabellum, which has a dimension of .356. Of the two, the .40 is the more powerful cartridge.
any weapon that can fire the 9mm cartridge................
Its all according to what your talking about. In a side arm (pistol) 380, 9mm, 40 and 45ACP / 45 LC in the larger calibers. In a rifle, 243, 270, 30-30, 30-06, 308 and 7mm... The round that has been produced the most is the 22LR...
The 380 ACP, also known as the 9mm Short, 9x17, 9mm Browning, 9mm Kurz and 9mm Corto uses a .355 diameter bullet. The 38 special uses a .357 diameter bullet. Additionally, the 380 ACP is designed for a semi-automatic and the .38 special is designed for a revolver.
None, the projectile diameter is the same for both - .355. If you are asking about a complete round of ammunition, the 9mm case is 19mm long and the 380 case is 17 mm long. This cartridge is called the ".380 Auto" for use with an automatic pistol. However, the most common 9mm round is the "9mm Lugar". This cartridge has a heavier bullet and a longer case, thus a larger muzzle velocity and energy than the .380 Auto.
A bullet with a diameter of approximately 9mm. Not all 9mm projectiles are exactly 9mm in diameter - the 9x19 Parabellum/Luger has a diameter of 9mm, while the 9x18 Makarov has a diameter of 9.27mm, the 9x23 Steyr has a diameter of 9.03mm, etc.
The .380 ACP is a type of 9mm... 9x17, and is sometime referred to as the 9mm Short or 9mm Kurz. It is NOT the same as the 9mm Luger/Parabellum (9x19), and it is NOT compatible with any other type of 9mm cartridge (such as the 9x19 Luger/Parabellum, 9x18 Makarov, 9x21, 9x23, 9x25, etc.).