For those prepping for the coming Apocalypse, the walking dead and the overall topic of zombies, Hornady offers the same FTX bullet, this time protected with a lime-green cavity plug. Switch to Threaded Mode. Solid Copper lives up to the hype. Originally Posted by Snewk. That makes the crush cavity results important. Jacketed Hollow Point bullet and is the only hollow nosed expanding bullet we trust to expand reliably, yet penetrate deep enough to be lethal on a drugged up, pain free attacker.
Federal HST in .380 ACP
I've worked on these cases briefly a couple of years as a private investigator for a criminal defense lawyer when I was in law school and as a prosecutor a bit over a year , and since then as appellate defense counsel since ' I've never tried an XTP round in her yet Tweet this thread Share on Facebook Reddit! The Auto has been adopted by several countries in Europe as well as Sweden and Czechoslovakia as a military and police sidearm cartridge. The gelatin performance is identical to the Critical Defense ammo. Some great chrono data linked here, BTW, but you have to dig around through some bad links for it: Advertise With Us Search.
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I no longer have access to the Bersa. I certainly don't think that I have enough shootings to support such a blanket statement as you propose, but that would be what I would suspect. I expect it to last quite a while and if you need it they sell small squares of the gel to replenish your block with. Initially, we tried to get the pistol to shoot everything, including ball ammo. In the same vein, extra magazines are always nice to have but it should be remembered that shooting 50 rounds each out of two magazines is not the equivalent reliability test of shooting rounds using a single magazine.
Others load the last two or three rounds as fmj. HST and Guard dog look promising. Bruce F May 12, at 1: I can't speak for the LEO situation, but I just have this idea that if I shoot someone through a barrier as a civilian, I stand a higher probability of going to jail Lieutenant Ed Sanow is the co-author of three books documenting handgun stopping power in police scenarios.