The .9mm Glisenti Ammo was designed and developed to be used by the Italian Glisenti Pistol Model 1910, first in World War I. But later, it was also used in many other Italian pistols and even submachine guns. The parent case used to design the .9mm Glisenti Ammo was the 9x19mm Parabellum Ammo. Both of these cartridges are similar in many aspects, but they are identical when it comes to dimension. However, the powder charge in the .9mm Glisenti Ammo is reduced in comparison, making it incredibly less powerful since it was also meant to be used in blowback pistols. At the cost of malfunctioning and not cycling correctly, the .9mm Glisenti Ammo can be used in 9x19mm Ammo firearms and vice versa. Both scenarios pose significant risks and dangers to the shooter. The 123-grain bullet of the .9mm Glisenti Ammo can travel at a velocity of 1,000 feet per second while creating an energy level of 300 ft.lbf.
The .9mm Glisenti Ammo was designed and created in the Kingdom of Italy to be used in the Italian Glisenti Pistol Model 1910.
The .9mm Glisenti Ammo was mainly manufactured in a unique Italian pistol in World War I but later was used in many other guns.