And the more expansion, the less penetration. You can bet that it will be a reference document for me. Thank you for the time, effort, and funds committed to this. Now if we can only get a comprehensive test of the Ruger AST polymer bullet! Thanks for all the tedious hard work. The Auto is definitely an off-duty caliber. I suppose we could extrapolate from the.
Final Results of the .380 ACP Ammo Quest
Those tests would shut down a lot of debate. Any discerning gun owner and daily handgun carrier needs to make sense of all this before they can take themselves seriously! I think perhaps Golden Sabers expand a little more reliably with more velocity … on this test at least the s seem to consistently end up in the sweet spot. This load uses the HST design bullet that has gained significant popularity in the law enforcement and personal protection markets. Clear Ballistics gel blocks are temperature stable up to degrees, so its consistency did not change with the ambient temperature of the building. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.
Federal Hydra Shok ACP 90 Grain Reduced Recoil JHP - 20 Round Box
If anything, I would think the potential for the sharp petals to cut through tissue would actually make them slightly more effective. Would very much appreciate any ideas you might have. Among the hot topics for discussion these days is the ACP cartridge, more than one hundred years old and among the first of the modern smallbore pistol cartridges. Any data for the 9mm DRT 85gr? They are wounded by mechanical stress — cutting, tearing, crushing.
Gauging 380 ACP Loads: FMJ May Be the Only Way to Go
Description: I tested the original grain, which, as I understand, has been changed to a grain load. I hope all is well. Their standard requires duty ammo to penetrate between 12 inches and 18 inches in ballistic gelatin. Now, personally, I prefer a. He also tested a RIP round and it vaporized its target and did amazingly in gel but a couple of trocars penetrated the outside of the gel… ALSO there seems to be some legal issue here….