Vairog – 9mm – 124 Grain – SIERRA JHP (BULK)


The Vairog – 9mm – 124 Grain – SIERRA JHP is a high-quality ammunition designed for optimal performance. With a 124 grain weight and SIERRA JHP (Jacketed Hollow Point) design, this product offers superior accuracy and expansion upon impact. Ideal for self-defense or target shooting, it ensures reliable and consistent results.


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Specifications, description, Reviews & Questions

14 lbs
7.5 × 7 × 3.5 in

At Vairog, we are passionate about delivering ammunition that exceeds expectations, and our flagship product, the Vairog – 9mm – 124 Grain – SIERRA JHP, embodies our commitment to excellence. As a leading name in the firearms industry, our story is one of innovation, precision, and dedication.

With a heritage rooted in a deep love for shooting sports, we understand the demands of both professional marksmen and recreational shooters. That’s why we’ve meticulously crafted the Vairog – 9mm – 124 Grain – SIERRA JHP to be more than just ammunition – it’s a testament to our pursuit of perfection.

Our company’s journey is marked by a relentless pursuit of quality. Every round of Vairog ammunition is a testament to our dedication to precision engineering. Our 9mm – 124 Grain – SIERRA JHP is no exception; it represents the pinnacle of performance in personal defense and competition shooting.

Vairog’s commitment extends beyond product excellence. We’re proud to be part of the shooting community, fostering responsible firearm use and safety. Our vision is to empower every shooter to perform at their best, whether in competitive arenas or for personal protection.

Join us in our quest for ammunition perfection. Experience the Vairog – 9mm – 124 Grain – SIERRA JHP and discover the difference that precision engineering can make in your shooting journey. Vairog: Elevate Your Ammo, Elevate Your Performance.

1 review for Vairog – 9mm – 124 Grain – SIERRA JHP (BULK)

  1. Thomas Allen (verified owner)

    I almost passed on this ammo because it sounded too good to be true. 9mm in my favorite bullet weight and with Sierra hollow points for at least a dime a round cheaper than the next least expensive hp ammo I could find anywhere online, EVEN INCLUDING SHIPPING! This comes in a stout plastic bag cable-tied in a strong cardboard box. It came quickly and I have seen no signs of shipping damage.

    The ammo looked lovely. The brass was headstamped “Pilgrim +P 9mm”. Some of the primers looked less than perfectly aligned and seated. I was concerned if it was, indeed, Plus P ammo because I have elderly and even antique surplus pistols that I wanted to use with this that I don’t think would do well with higher pressure ammo. I also have some pistols that are very picky about feeding hollow points.

    I took these to the range with Star 30-M and Star BM Spanish pistols. The 30-M is an all-steel full-sized military handgun that was in the running for US service pistol head-to-head with the Beretta 92 that was finally adopted. It is not a handy little CCW handgun, but my reasoning was that it would certainly handle +P fodder. The Star BM handles like a scaled-down 1911 Govt. Model. It has a 9-shot mag and is nice and flat to carry. If the 30-M cases showed pressure signs I wasn’t going to try it out in the BM.

    I fired fifteen rounds at 15 yards with the big Star. They grouped nicely, fired reliably and the brass looked just fine. I had several jams on empties which I have experienced before with this pistol with 115 gr. hardball. Wisdom on the ‘net is that the 30-M has a “dual recoil”, first as the bullet moves through the barrel and then again when the slide reaches full open and prepares to go again. I have to get more of a gorilla grip on this big blaster. I decided to try it out in the BM. No, that does not stand for Bowel Movement.

    This ammo shoots in the handy BM like a dream. I shot several of the nicest offhand groups I have ever had with this pistol with absolutely no issues with feeding, firing, recoil or accuracy. The Sierra bullets fed into both Spaniards perfectly. I do not have the capacity to test velocity or expansion, but I am a Happy Camper with Vairog.
    I plan to test it some more in my Glock 15, Taurus G2c, HighPoint carbine and KelTec Sub 2K. Also to test the reloadability of the brass.

    There is a lot of opinionating on the ‘net about Vairog. The parent company is alleged to be Lithuanian. This ammunition was loaded at the Vairog facility in Cleveland, Tennessee using Pilgrim +P brass. I don’t think it is loaded to +P pressure levels. Pilgrim ammunition appears on the net as having 50 gr. bullets with “coffee cup”-sized hollow points travelling at high speed and selling for several dollars PER ROUND. I can tell you right now I am ordering more Vairog after finishing this review. I am not rewarded for a positive review and not anyone’s grandpa at Trueshot. Hunker down while moving through the fog, stay sharp and shoot straight. The Old Curmudgeon

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Questions and answers of the customers

    Do Vairog cases take boxer type primers?
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    Q Do Vairog cases take boxer type primers? answer now

    We hope this message finds you well. We're excited to share with you some great news about our product – it features Boxer primers, making reloading easier and more convenient than ever before!

  2. So the casings may say +p but these are not loaded to +p specs?
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    Q So the casings may say +p but these are not loaded to +p specs? answer now

    I can confirm that the current batch of Vairog does utilize casings from different brands, which may bear the marking "+P." However, it's important to note that despite this marking, these products are factory-loaded and do not fall under the designation of +P ammunition.

  4. Why is my Vairog 9mm 124gr ammo in cases headstamped Pilgrim +P? Have other purchasers received ammo in cases stamped Winchester, etc.I found a Pilgrim ammunition company selling 9mm +P ammo with 50 gr "Torch" hollowpoints at almost $2 a pop. Looking forward to shooting my Vairog and will update.
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    Q Why is my Vairog 9mm 124gr ammo in cases headstamped Pilgrim +P? Have other purchasers received a...... Read more answer now


    Vairog uses other manufacturers' components to assemble their bullets! They used  "Pilgrim" casings in this batch of 9mm! These are not reloaded so you will not see "Winchester" or other brand headstamps.  I can assure you these are quality rounds and will shoot flawlessly! Please give me a call if you have any questions, at 888-736-6587! 


  6. What is the velocity of this ammunition?
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    Q What is the velocity of this ammunition? answer now


    The FPS is 1150! Please give me a call if you have any questions, 888-736-6587! 

  8. Where is this manufactured?
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    Q Where is this manufactured? answer now

    Hello Michael, 

    Vairog is manufactured in Cleveland, Tennessee