Magtech – Steel Case – 9mm – 115 Grain – FMJ


The Magtech Steel Case 9mm ammunition features a 115 grain Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) bullet. Designed for reliable performance, this steel-cased ammo offers cost-effective shooting without compromising on quality. Ideal for target practice and training, it ensures smooth feeding and consistent accuracy.

  • Velocity: 1135 FPS
  • Energy: 329 FT/LBS
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Specifications, description, Reviews & Questions


Magtech is a renowned name in the ammunition industry, with a legacy dating back to 1926. With nearly a century of experience, they’ve consistently delivered top-quality ammunition, earning the trust of shooters worldwide.

One of Magtech’s notable products, the Matech – Steel Case – 9mm – 115 Grain – FMJ, exemplifies their commitment to excellence. This 9mm ammunition is engineered to meet the demands of both target shooters and enthusiasts. Featuring a 115-grain Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) bullet, it offers reliable feeding and accuracy, making it perfect for range sessions and practice. The steel casing ensures cost-effectiveness without sacrificing performance.

Magtech’s dedication to innovation and quality control has made them a preferred choice for shooters of all levels. Their extensive lineup of ammunition, including pistol, rifle, and shotgun rounds, is crafted to meet the strictest standards of reliability and performance.

Whether you’re a competitive shooter, a self-defense enthusiast, or simply enjoy spending time at the range, Magtech’s commitment to producing exceptional ammunition ensures that you can trust their products to deliver consistent results every time you pull the trigger. Magtech continues to be a leader in the ammunition industry, setting the bar for reliability and performance.


  • Velocity: 1135 FPS
  • Energy: 329 FT/LBS

2 reviews for Magtech – Steel Case – 9mm – 115 Grain – FMJ

  1. C Moya (verified owner)

    Only got 100 rounds so can’t say they all work but It went through a 1911, Taurus, sig and canik all went bang no miss feeds will buy more when they restock

  2. J.B. Jackson (verified owner)

    Bought 4000 rounds. Only shot about 800 so far, but no issues whatsoever in various G45s (ported, nonported and using Radian Ramjet). Also, used in Springfield Echelon and G47. This to me is perfect range ammo and performs just like CCI blazer brass and aluminum, Ammo Inc and mag tech brass. If price stays as is, I will probably only buy this. I Shoot about 1200 to 1500 rounds of 9mm per month.

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Questions and answers of the customers

    Are they reloadable?
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    Q Are they reloadable? answer now
    A No


    Thank you for reaching out to us regarding our steel case ammo. While steel case ammunition is generally considered non-reloadable due to its construction, we haven't specifically tested this particular product for reloadability. In theory, it might be possible to reload, but we cannot guarantee the reliability or safety of doing so.

    If you have any further questions or if there's anything else we can assist you with, please feel free to let us know.

  2. The case is steel, is the jacket of the projectile a magnetic bi-metal type or non-magnetic single alloy type? Thanks!
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    Q The case is steel, is the jacket of the projectile a magnetic bi-metal type or non-magnetic singl...... Read more answer now

    Great question! This is the exact same product as Magtech brass 9mm, the only difference is the case which is steel with a nickel coating. The projectile is range safe and is NOT bi-metal. They use the same powder, projectile and primer as their brass product. 

  4. What kind of primers are used? Boxer or Berdan and are they corrosive?
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    Q What kind of primers are used? Boxer or Berdan and are they corrosive? answer now

    Hello Jethro, 

    The new Magtech Steel Case 9mm ammunition is produced using the same Boxer primers, powder and projectiles that are loaded into the standard Magtech brass case 9mm. With this being said, the ammo is non-corrosive.