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9mm tracer rounds

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This 9mm tracer rounds was developed by Ammo, Inc. developed with innovative RED STREAK Technology

that allows you to see your bullet path, but unlike traditional tracer rounds, this handgun ammo is non-incendiary and safe for indoor or outdoor range use.

9mm Tracer rounds bullets have a column of pyrotechnic composition in the base that is ignited by the flame of the propellant;

this provides a visible pyrotechnic display during the bullet’s flight.

However, don’t count STREAK ammo out for personal defense.

The illuminated bullet end is only visible within 30° of your point of view, providing the benefit of a tracer round without giving away your exact position.image

Experience your most efficient and fun shooting experience yet with Ammo, Inc. 9mm tracer ammo,

available right here at Ammoravine We offer one of the widest online selections of outdoor and tactical gear for hunters,

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9mm tracer

Product Overview of 9mm tracer rounds

STREAK’s exclusive patented technology allows the shooter to visually see the projectile’s path towards its target. STREAK rounds are non-incendiary, they do not generate heat so they are safe to use in environments where traditional tracers are prohibited and can be a serious fire hazard. The results are game changing in many aspects for the consumer, law enforcement and military. For indoor RANGE use and nighttime shooting. This ammunition is new production, non-corrosive, in boxer primed, reloadable brass cases.


  • Patented technology allows the shooter to keep a visual on the projectile’s path toward its target.
  • Next Generation, non flammable visual tracer-style ammunition – because it is not an incendiary round, it’s safe for both indoor and outdoor use.
  • Features HyperClean Technology up to 50% less cleaning time
  • Increase shooting enjoyment and accuracy



Made In United States of America

WARNING: This product can expose you to Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to –

Specifications of 9mm tracer rounds

Product Information

Cartridge 9mm Luger
Grain Weight 115 Grains
Quantity 50 Round
Muzzle Velocity 1180 Feet Per Second
Muzzle Energy 356 Foot Pounds
Bullet Style Tracer
Lead Free No
Case Type Brass
Primer Boxer
Corrosive No
Reloadable Yes
Country of Origin United States of America

Delivery Information

Shipping Weight 1.350 Pounds
DOT-Regulated Yes


Another disadvantage of 9mm Tracer Rounds is that they are typically only available in NATO calibers, which excludes a sizable portion of firearm owners.

Streak Ammunition noticed this as well, and took advantage of the traditional “hot tracer’s” design flaws to create their own brand of ammunition.

These rounds achieve the same visual effect without using fire by replacing the magnesium with a non-flammable phosphor-based compound.

Phosphor is the same ingredient as a glow-in-the-dark toy for kids. It glows when illuminated by any light source, even when that light source is removed.

The flash of the round going off is used by Streak Ammunition to provide this necessary light and activate the magic.

9mm tracer rounds information

See your bullet path in real-time with Ammo, Inc.

STREAK 9mm Luger 124 grain Tracer-Like Total Metal Jacket Brass Cased Centerfire Visual Pistol Ammunition.

Ammo, Inc. designed this 9 mm Luger Ammunition with exclusive technology that illuminates the back of each bullet without generating heat, making thes

e rounds safe for indoor range use. This Ammo, Inc.

STREAK 9mm 124gr Tracer-Like Total Metal Jacket Brass Cased Centerfire Pistol Ammo also features HyperClean Technology that greatly reduces any cleaning time required after use.

Pick up some Ammo, Inc. STREAK 9mm 124gr Tracer-Like TMJ Brass Cased Centerfire Handgun Ammunition

to track your projectile’s flight path for range training or personal defense.image

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Specifications for 9mm tracer rounds

Manufacturer: Ammo, Inc.
Cartridge: 9mm Luger
Bullet Type: Tracer-Like Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
Bullet Weight: 124 grain
Cartridge Case Material: Brass
Muzzle Velocity: 1065 ft/s
Application: Personal Protection, Target
Primer Style: Centerfire
Lead Free: No
Gun Type: Pistol
  • Patented technology allows the shooter to keep a visual on the projectile’s path toward its target
  • Next Generation, non flammable visual tracer-style ammunition – because it is not an incendiary round, it’s safe for both indoor and outdoor use
  • Features HyperClean Technology up to 50% less cleaning time
  • Increase shooting enjoyment and accuracy

9mm Tracer Rounds

Tracer ammunition utilizes a bullet that has a hollow base and contains chemicals similar to what is in a road flare.

When the round is fired, this material is ignited and burns brightly, making the projectile’s path visible to the naked eye.

These rounds are most often used to mark battlefield targets, with a fire team leader firing an entire magazine of tracers

at a particular target and the rest of the fire team or another unit, offshore Naval Gunfire, close air support, Artillery, etc. firing in that direction.

There are some FAQ about tracers and tracer ammo:

     1)   Will 9mm  tracer rounds ammo “burn-out” my barrel?

Answer:  Non-Corrosive tracers will not burn out your barrel.

That story begin when older surplus tracers with corrosive compounds were available on the civilian market.

The burning of the tracer didn’t “burn-out” the barrel, the barrel “rusted-out” if the shooter didn’t clean their weapon afterwards.

Modern tracers today, including SBR LaserMatch, use non-corrosive compounds in their manufacturing.

2) I hear that 9mm  tracer  rounds use phosphorus, this true?

Answer:  Not true.  For one thing, phosphorus is corrosive and can be unstable.  Just not a safe compound to use in tracer manufacturer.

3)  The colored tip is what makes the bullet trace.

The friction of the air on the bullet when fired, ignites the “tracer paint”

. Is this true?

Answer: 100% false.  The colored tip on the bullet is just to identify what type of ammunition it is.

There is no such thing as “tracer paint”, even though I have had customer

tell me that vendors at GUN SHOWS often have bottles of “tracer paint” for sell.

History of 9mm Tracer  rounds Ammo

During World War I, the British military introduced a tracer version of the 303 Enfield cartridge in 1915 and the United States

followed with a 30-06 tracer in 1917. US tracers were originally identified by utilizing a blackened cartridge case;

this means of identification was later supplanted by painting the tip of the bullets red or orange.

Eventually, this protocol would be adopted by other nations and tracers hav

e been used in nearly every conceivable military long arm as well as a few handgun chamberings over the past 100 years by every military force on earth.

These traditional red tip tracer rounds are completely safe to shoot from any weapon chambered for 9mm Luger (9×19 Parabellum).

Each round produces a bright red streak of light that can easily be seen day or night.

Originally developed as a military round for aiming assistance,

these red tip tracers illuminate the trajectory of the bullet so the shooter can easily observe where rounds are hitting.

Featuring a unique pyrotechnic charge at the base of each round, these loads produce a highly visible trail of light when the primer ignites the propellant powders.

Tracing bright red upon exiting the muzzle, these rounds continue to trace for up to 400 yards.

The bright red trail is especially visible at night, although the trace is still visible, even in bright daylight conditions.

Entertaining as a novelty round, these loads produce hours of fun shooting.

They do pose a mild fire hazard, so care should be used to avoid firing into dry brush or other combustible materials.

Advantages of 9mm Tracer  rounds Ammunition

Tracer ammunition was developed to mark targets for spotters working with artillery, gunships or mortar units.

Soldiers would fire on the target with tracer rounds in their small arms and the spotter would direct fire on where the tracers were impacting.

They can also be used to ignite a flammable target.

Tracers were used with great effectiveness in the First World War against German Zeppelins as the rounds could ignite the gasses inside the DIRIGIBLE.

Because of their visibility, tracer rounds can provide a visual cue for a Soldier or Marine to change an empty magazine during a firefight.

When used in rifles or machine guns, tracers are typically loaded as every fourth or fifth round.

Soldiers and Marines typically placed tracers as the first several rounds in their magazines.

These rounds would in turn be the last rounds fired and would alert the shooter that his weapon was almost empty,

and it was time to change the magazine.

Outside of a military application, tracers can be used in handgun and machinegun training exercises.

They are excellent for impressive shooting demonstrations at nighttime, particularly when fired from an aircraft.

Lastly, tracer rounds can play an important role in outdoor shooting range development.

The visible path of the bullet in flight and more importantly its impact is often used for testing shooting ranges to see if there are potential hazards and vulnerabilities with regard to ricochet.

Disadvantages of 9mm Tracer rounds Ammo

There are a few disadvantages to using tracer ammo.

Due to its flammable nature, tracer ammunition is capable of causing wildfires and is outlawed in certain states for this reason.

From a tactical perspective, tracer ammunition can give away the shooter’s position to the enemy and

can potentially overwhelm certain types of military-grade night vision equipment.

There was a popular saying during the Vietnam War, “Tracers work both ways”, which emphasized revealing the shooter’s position to the enemy.

Speaking to the night vision, scenario:

This problem mostly occurs with bright tracers which burn upon leaving the muzzle as opposed to delayed tracers

which ignite after 100 yards or dim tracers that were actually developed for use with night vision.

The projectile loaded in tracer ammo often has different aerodynamics and weight when compared to ball ammunition.

For this reason, tracer rounds will have a different point of impact (POI) than conventional ammunition fired at the same distance.

This is due to the weight of a tracer bullet actually decreasing during flight, as the material in its base burns and vaporizes.

Advances in tracer ammunition design have diminished this problem, but it cannot be completely eliminated.

Most shooters may not notice this, but a dedicated target shooter will see the shift in POI immediately.

Tracer ammunition is generally not used in most hunting applications outside of some varmint shooting.

9mm Tracer Rounds by SBR Ammunition

SOUTHERN BALLISTIC RESEARCH (SBR) AMMUNITION offers a variety of LaserMatch tracer rounds for use in handguns and pistol caliber carbines and machineguns.

These range from 380 ACP through 45 ACP and include subsonic loads in 9mm.

Rifle calibers are also available in 223 REM, 330 BLK, 308 WIN, 7.62x39mm, 388 Spectre,  and 458 SOCOM.

They provide the shooter with immediate feedback through trajectory visualization – you actually see the rounds impact the target –

thereby allowing rapid correction of shooting errors.

LaserMatch tracers do not use a “glow in the dark” element that have limited applications for day-light use,

but use a proprietary formula based off of traditional military tracer compounds.

These rounds are also available in a TOTAL LEAD FREE Cartridge, using Lead-Free primers, powder, and tracer components.

Additionally, SBR LaserMatch is the only manufacturer offering FRANGIBLE, Lead-Free tracer ammunition.

SBR LaserMatch tracer cartridges are available in two trace ranges to fit your training needs.

SBR LaserMatch tracer cartridges are non-corrosive and will not harm the barrel or firearm.

They are visible at the muzzle and can be seen in full daylight and produce a

Bright Visible Trace. ERVT (Extended Range Visible Tracer) produces a RED Trace, while the SRVT (Short Range Visible Tracer) produces a GREEN Trace.

DIM-IR tracers are also available and require night vision or IR goggles or sighting devices to observe the “trace”.

Do they make 9mm tracer rounds?

Tracer Rounds by SBR Ammunition

Southern Ballistic Research (SBR) Ammunition offers a variety of LaserMatch tracer rounds for use in handguns

and pistol caliber carbines and machineguns. These range from 380 ACP through 45 ACP and include subsonic loads in 9mm.

36 reviews for Buy 9mm Tracer Rounds | At Best Price

  1. Vanammo

    I would buy again

  2. Vanammo

    great ammo

  3. Vanammo

    great buy

  4. Vanammo

    This is all I really shoot. Soft shooting. Smooth recoil and inexpensive. I shoot it for IDPA, 3 gun and USPSA by the 1000s.

  5. Vanammo

    Great for target shooting.

  6. Vanammo

    Great round. Fed well in my G43X.

  7. Vanammo

    Nice, shoots well.

  8. Vanammo

    Cheap product, when available, and you get the brass to reload, win-win!

  9. Vanammo

    Yes will be buying more

  10. Vanammo

    Cheap ammo that my wife’s Kimber like

  11. Vanammo

    good ammo

  12. Vanammo

    As accurate as any ammo I have used. Cycles flawlessly in my S&W model 5904.

  13. Vanammo

    Ran good for me. I would buy it again.

  14. Vanammo

    Good heavy 9mm. Run it through a Taurus G2S, Glock 26, Glock 19, and PC9 without one malfunction.

  15. Vanammo

    It worked great. I shoot USPSA and it really tamed my pistol down on those double taps. Just can’t understand why it’s so hard to get. Never in stock when I need it.

  16. Vanammo

    I’ve never had any duds with Blazer. Great for practice

  17. Vanammo

    good cheap practice ammo

  18. Vanammo

    Ordered last night. Shipped this morning. I’ve had two other websites sell me ammo this month and when ordered, showed in stock and then after being charged both websites delayed my order. Not only is their inventory truthful and accurate, they didn’t waste a single moment to get my order out. As for the ammo, Blazer Brass has always been good to me for range practice. I have never had an issue with Midway. Great work guys!

  19. Vanammo

    Clean shooting and a reliable primer at a good price.

  20. Vanammo

    Clean and reliable, no problems.

  21. Vanammo

    Only tested in p80 Glock 26. Works great . In 9mm 1911 4.25″ mdl . 9 round mag . The 1st round acts up feeding . If 8 rounds in mag no issues.Ammo has a beefy bullet (hence:147 gr). Imagine full load of 9 rds may get cramped.Maybe the flat nose is a factor. Other than that I like this stuff. At the good price I got.

  22. Vanammo

    Ammo shoots good. Very quiet through my SC hybrid suppressor out of my CZ scorpion.

  23. Vanammo

    Works great no issues after 500+ rounds thru CZ 75 , G17, 17L , and 43x . Great range ammo

  24. Vanammo

    I prefer this over other ammo . 124 or 147 . No problems at all and good price point .

  25. Vanammo

    It wouldn’t feed in my Ruger SR9c, but did well in my husband’s 1911..

  26. Vanammo

    Range practice

  27. Vanammo

    Target shooting they work just fine

  28. Vanammo

    Good ammo. Have used it before. Looks good, groups well. No ftf’s. However, out of my 7.75″ SBR in 80 degree weather, it’s definitely not subsonic (advertised as 950 fps). I bought this as a subsonic ammo for suppressed use. If that’s not your aim, or you’re using a shorter barrel, you’re probably fine.

  29. Vanammo

    dcent ammo

  30. Vanammo

    i will buy this again

  31. Vanammo

    very satisfied, no jam ip with 200 rounds

  32. Vanammo

    would buy sparingly

  33. Vanammo

    great range ammo

  34. Vanammo

    good ammo for subsonic

  35. Vanammo

    beefy ammo

  36. Vanammo

    clean shooting ammo

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