Was at the range yesterday with my G17, the table next to me a guy was shooting a 9mm also. When he was leaving, he had 4 rounds left of 9mm and gave them to me. I was shooting Remington and stuck them in the foam tray in the box. The first thing I noticed is they were longer than the Remington 9mm in the tray. So I asked him what kind of ammo was it. He showed me the empty box and it was Sellier and Bellot. It said on the box 124 grain, fmj. said he gets it cheap and it runs fine in his guns. We shot side by side for an hour and I never saw any feed issues or fail to fire. I put them in a magazine and made sure they chambered alright and fired them. Seemed ok, just noticed a little more recoil than the Remington. Has anyone else shot this ammo. Just wondering if its me, or is it a hotter round. Didnt say +p on the box that I noticed. Wanna kill these ads? We can help!