Liberty Training Round 9mm +P


SKU: LA-TR-9-048

106 in stock

106 in stock


Weight: 65gr
Velocity: 1710
Kinetic Energy: 422
Accuracy: < 1″ @ 25 Meters
Rounds: 50

*PLEASE NOTE* Liberty Ammunition blemished ammunition includes minor cosmetic imperfections which result during typical manufacturing processes. These imperfections do not create functional issues; however, there may be slight performance variations from the standard spec ammunition. The headstamps of these rounds are colored red to help distinguish them from our other ammunition. 

Our Civil Trainer round is designed to replicate our Civil Defense rounds in felt recoil and shot placement. What this means for the shooter is that the Civil Trainer will be lightweight with a very light recoil while providing consistent gun function. This is the perfect range of ammo if you are looking to emulate our Civil Defense ammunition. The projectile is a composite monolithic frangible and lead-free round nose. This makes the Civil Trainer ideal for steel target training at close ranges.


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Safe for a SIG P320?

Rated 5 out of 5
November 22, 2022

Are these manufactured? or reloads?


Response from Liberty Ammunition

Safe for a Sig 320?

They are made for one another.

These are brand new casings, Liberty does NOT do reloads.

38 short

Rated 5 out of 5
November 22, 2022

Are the 380 autos equivalent to the old 38 shorts?


Response from Liberty Ammunition


Not sure what you mean by old 38?

38 and 380 are different calibers…….be sure to check the caliber stamping on your firearm and only use that caliber.

Awesome Product

Rated 5 out of 5
November 18, 2022

These rounds are a must have for your .40 cal. Especially for stopping power and less risk of collateral damage to unintended targets.


Response from Liberty Ammunition

Thank you, sir.

We believe we make the best self-defense ammo available.

We have more stopping power and all the energy is dumped into the threat.

45 colt.

Rated 5 out of 5
November 18, 2022

Can this be shot out of a a Bond arms 410/45 colt snakeslayer?


Response from Liberty Ammunition

Bond Arms makes a fine pistol.

We don’t see any reason why that would not be a good combo.


Ammo: Liberty Training Round 9mm +P

  • Our Projectiles Function Differently

    Our Projectiles Function Differently Than Any Other Self-Defense Round On The Market. We Designed The Civil Defense Line To Eliminate Threats With One Round. We Did This By Creating The Maximum Amount Of Damage And Tissue Disruption Possible. They Do Well Against Barriers, But When The Large Cavity Fills With Fluid, The Hydraulic Pressure Builds Until The Side Walls Of The Projectile Explode. With That Explosion Comes Rifle Sized Temporary Cavities And Hydrostatic Shock, Therefore Increasing Stopping Power By Tenfold. Following The Explosion, The Bullet Fragments Into A Starburst Shaped Pattern Creating Multiple Wound Channels.





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Our 380 Civil Defense Rounds Changed The Pocket Pistol Game. For A Long Time, Everyone Criticized The 380 ACP For Not Having Enough Kinetic Energy. That’s Not The Case Anymore. Our 380 Is One Of Our Most Sought After Rounds Because It Packs Enough Punch, It Gets The Job Done.