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Specifications, description, Reviews & Questions

Magtech 9mm Steel


Axil Trackr Passive

0.6 lbs
6 × 5 × 4.5 in

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Questions and answers of the customers

    Does the harder Case present a possibility of damage to the throat area than a softer brass case of my semi automatic firearm?
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    Q Does the harder Case present a possibility of damage to the throat area than a softer brass case ...... Read more answer now

    Dear Customer,

    Thank you for your inquiry regarding the compatibility of different types of ammunition casings with your semi-automatic firearm.

    While it's understandable to have concerns about the potential impact of different casing materials on firearm performance, rest assured that modern semi-automatic firearms are designed to safely handle a variety of ammunition types, including those with steel or harder casings like steel or aluminum.

    That being said, it's essential to follow the manufacturer's recommendations regarding ammunition type and to ensure that the ammunition you're using is appropriate for your firearm. Additionally, regularly inspecting your firearm for any signs of wear or damage is crucial for safe operation.

    If you have any specific concerns about using harder-cased ammunition with your firearm, I would recommend consulting with the manufacturer of your firearm for their expert guidance. They will be able to provide you with the most accurate information based on the design and specifications of your particular firearm model.

    Thank you for reaching out to us with your question. If you have any further inquiries or if there's anything else we can assist you with, please don't hesitate to let us know. We're here to help.

  2. Is this reloadable?
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    Q Is this reloadable? answer now

    Steel-cased ammunition is generally not reloadable in the traditional sense. Steel cases are typically coated with a layer of polymer or lacquer, making them less suitable for reloading compared to brass cases. The steel case itself is harder and less flexible than brass, which makes it difficult to resize and reshape during the reloading process.

    While it is technically possible to reload steel-cased ammunition, it presents several challenges:

    1. Case Hardness: Steel cases are harder and can wear out reloading dies faster than brass cases.

    2. Coating: The polymer or lacquer coating on steel cases can create additional issues during reloading, such as increased fouling, wear on reloading equipment, and inconsistent performance.

    3. Cost-Effectiveness: Considering the challenges and the relatively low cost of steel-cased ammunition, most reloaders find it more cost-effective and practical to reload brass cases.

    If you are interested in reloading ammunition, it is generally recommended to focus on brass-cased ammunition, as it offers better reliability and ease of reloading. Always follow proper safety procedures and guidelines when reloading ammunition to ensure your safety and the performance of your reloaded rounds.

    If you have any more questions or need further information, please feel free to ask.