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List of Ammo BATF prohibits from sale by FFL Dealers
1992 Vol 2
ATF LIST OF ARMOR PIERCING AMMUNITION
1. KTW ammunition, all calibers. (Identified by a green coating on projectile.)
2. ARCANE ammunition, all calibers. (Identified by a pointed bronze or brass
3. THV ammunition, all calibers. (Identified by a brass or bronze projectile
and having a head stamp containing the letters SFM and THV.)
4. Czechoslovakian manufactured 9mm Parabellum (Luger) ammunition having an
iron or steel bullet core. (Identified by a cupro nickel jacket and a
head stamp containing a triangle, star, and dates of 49, 50, 51, or 52.
This bullet is attracted to a magnet.)
5. German manufactured 9mm Parabellum (Luger) ammunition having an iron or
steel bullet core. (Original packaging in marked Pistolenpatronen 08 m.E.
This bullet is attracted to a magnet.
6. MSC .25ACP caliber ammunitiom. (Identified by a hollow point bronze bullet.)
7. Black Steel Armor Piercing Ammunition as produced by National Cartridge,
8. Black Steel Metal Piercing Ammunition as produced by National Cartridge,
9. 7.62mm NATO AP. (Identified by a black coloring on the bullet tip. This
ammunitiom is produced in various NATO countries. The U.S. military
designation is MP61 AP.)
10. 7.62mm NATO SLAP. (Identified by a projectile having a plastic sabot
around a hard penetrator. The penetrator protrudes above the sabot and
is similar in appearence to a Remington accelerator cartridge.)
11. PMC Ultramag .38 Special caliber, constructed entirely from a brass type
material, and a plactic pusher disc located at the base of the projectile.
[Note: The currently available .38 Special caliber PMC Ultra Mag
ammunition is not armor piercing. The ammunition contains a copper bullet.
The stock number for the Ultra Mag ammunition which is not armor piercing
is 38J SPL+P 66 THP (Ultramag.)]
12. Omnishock; A .38 Special cartridge with a lead bullet containing a mild
steel core with a flattened head resembling a wad cutter.
The following articles were exempted from the armor piercing ammunition
1. 5.56mm (.223) SS 109 ammunition. May be identified by a green coating on
the bullet tip.
2. 5.56mm (.223) M 855 ammunition. May be identified by a green coating on
the bullet tip.
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