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What is PUBG 9mm Ammo?

9mm Ammo is an ammunition type in BATTLEGROUNDS.

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds 9mm Ammo in detail

9mm Ammunition, properly referred to as the 9x19mm Parabellum Cartridge, was designed by Georg Luger and introduced in 1902 by the German weapons manufacturer Deutsche Waffen- und Munitionsfabriken for the Luger series of pistols.

The VSS Vintorez accepts the 9mm pistol cartridge which is incorrect. The real-life rifle uses a cartridge with the dimensions 9x39mm and was designed specifically to be subsonic yet powerful.

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What is PUBG 12 Gauge Ammo?

12 Gauge Ammo is an ammunition type in BATTLEGROUNDS.

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds 12 Gauge Ammo in detail

The 12 gauge shotgun shell is ammunition for the S686, S1897, S12K and Sawed-off shotgun. Loaded with standard #00 buckshot, 12 gauge shells are fairly common, always spawned in boxes of 10 shells each, as standalone boxes or several boxes in a group. They may also be found together with a shotgun.

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What is PUBG 5.56mm Ammo?

5.56mm Ammo is an ammunition type in BATTLEGROUNDS.

The 5.56mm ammunition cartridge is a NATO round chambered as an intermediate cartridge for the M16 rifle. It was designed off of the .223 Remington, with some significant changes that caused it a new nomenclature and classification rather than a custom casing classification.

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds 5.56mm Ammo in detail

5.56mm ammo can be found both in air drops along with the M249 and the AUG A3, as well as uncommon loot around the island, with the latter typically appearing as an individual box, or several boxes found together. Individual and multiple boxes also have a chance of being found together with a 5.56mm rifle.

5.56mm ammo always comes in boxes of 30 rounds each when found as loot, with the exception of air drops containing the m249, where you find between one and three lots of 100.

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What is PUBG .300 Magnum Ammo?

.300 Magnum Ammo is an ammunition type in BATTLEGROUNDS.

The .300 Magnum, also called the .300 Winchester Magnum, is a 7.62x67mm belted and bottlenecked magnum rifle cartridge. It was originally introduced by the Winchester Repeating Arms Company in 1963 as part of a family of Winchester Magnum cartridges.

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds .300 Magnum Ammo in detail

.300 Magnum ammo is currently only found inside Air Drops together with the AWM.

What is PUBG .45 ACP Ammo?

.45 ACP Ammo is an ammunition type in BATTLEGROUNDS.

The .45 ACP (Automatic Colt Pistol) caliber pistol cartridge, was designed by John Browning for use in his Colt semi-automatic .45 pistols and eventually the M1911 pistol for the United States Army in 1911.

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds .45 ACP Ammo in detail

.45 ACP ammo can be found as loot around the island, typically appearing in boxes of 15 or 30 rounds. They can either be found as individual boxes, or several boxes together, or together with a .45 ACP weapon.

.45 ACP Ammo is an ammunition type in BATTLEGROUNDS.

The .45 ACP (Automatic Colt Pistol) caliber pistol cartridge, was designed by John Browning for use in his Colt semi-automatic .45 pistols and eventually the M1911 pistol for the United States Army in 1911.

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.45 ACP ammo can be found as loot around the island, typically appearing in boxes of 15 or 30 rounds. They can either be found as individual boxes, or several boxes together, or together with a .45 ACP weapon.