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9mm Luger, 9 x 19mm and Parabellum are all the same with a max length of 1.169". Hornady lists loads for 90 grain to 147 grain bullets.

There are no other common rounds labeled as 9mm but, there are plenty of rounds with bullets that are 0.354"± 0.003" in diameter. (9mm = 0.354")

The bullets for a:

.38, Auto, Super Auto and .357 Sig are 0.355" in diameter

.35 Remington (rifle), .38 Special and .357 Magnum and .357 Remington Maximum are 0.357" in diameter

Those rounds all have different case lengths.

Q: Are all 9 mm shells the same size?

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Regardless of denomination, all current US paper bills are the same size (155.96 mm x 66.29 mm) and weight (1 gram).

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show me 21 mm on ruler

it can be 70 mm or 7cm or 0.07m but you can use all its still all the same

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Regardless of denomination, all current US paper bills are the same size (156 mm x 66.3 mm)

Regardless of denomination, all current US paper bills are the same size (155.96 mm x 66.29 mm) and weight (1 gram).

Another vague question. Most road bikes have a wheel size of 28" / 622 mm / 700C.(these are all different names for the same size) Older bikes can have 27" / 630 mm wheels.

Definitely they are not the same size.

Yes, though the iPad 3 is one mm thicker than the iPad 2

not exactly out by about 1/4 of a mm

They are shells fired from a gun with a bore of just under 1.5 inches.

the engine oil drain plug is a 15 mm bolt, the same as almost all GM vehicles

Another vague question.Most road bikes have a wheel size of 28" / 622 mm / 700C.(these are all different names for the same size) Older bikes can have 27" / 630 mm wheels.If you're asking about what size you should have, do a net search for "bicycle fitting" and you'll find plenty of help.

No! 9mm = .35 caliber - .354 caliber!

it equals 7" same size as a standard condom Direct Conversion Formula178 mm* 1 in 25.4 mm = 7.007874016 in