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    Re: What kind of Hollow Points do you Like

    Winchester Ranger-T(talon) in .357sig or 9mm p+


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    Re: What kind of Hollow Points do you Like

    I too carry Winchester Ranger T in the following calibers:

    9mm +P+ 127 grain
    40 180 grain

    I have heard excellent reports about CorBon DPX and will probably transition to that when my stock of Ranger dwindles.

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    Re: What kind of Hollow Points do you Like

    124 gr. Speer Gold Dots are what I keep stoked in my 9mm pistols. 158 gr. CCI Blazer hollowpoints for the .357 Magnums.
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    Re: What kind of Hollow Points do you Like

    Depends. For marginal velocity loads like the .45 ACP, I go with the Speer Gold Dot 200 grain. For marginal penetration loads like in .380 I like Hornady XTP. In .357, about anything will be effective so long as it has a hole in the front. The XTPs also work well in 115 grain 9mm +P loads. They're quite accurate, normally, and their penetration makes them good choices for hunting in magnum revolvers or the .45 Colt loaded Ruger hot.
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    Re: What kind of Hollow Points do you Like

    Depending on the situation and which pistol I'm carrying they are in no particular order
    Corbon DPX, Speer Gold Dots, Federal HST's and Ranger T's in various weights also but I live in a climate that changes 4 times a year along with a very changing populace depending where you are at in the Metro area. I would trust my life to any of these bullets and do !
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    Re: What kind of Hollow Points do you Like

    I use to carry the 125 Golden Sabre in my Taurus 85. But recently switched to the Cor-Bon DPX 110 (supposedly increased penetration). I can accurately shoot all 5 rounds in about 4 secs, due to the low recoil that the lighter loads offer. I think Philly and Baltimore PD uses the Golden Sabre, so I'm sure they are good stuff.


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    Re: What kind of Hollow Points do you Like

    Quote Originally Posted by joe sixpack
    well judging by the tests the federal HST looks extremely nasty.. i wanna pick some up when i get some money, just buying range ammo is putting me in the poor house, esp with Christmas and everything.

    for now i've got some wwb jhp's 147gr, yes they also come in hallow points not just fmj.

    they're cheap and tests show them to be fairly effective for the money.
    The Federal HST's do look great! I'm currently using Federal 230 gr Hydra-Shok's in my 1911 45 ACP clone. You won't find the HST's listed in the regular Federal ballistics tables because they were intended for law enforcement only. Streicher's and a few other places have them online however and I think I'll pick up some in the +P version. My 1911 clone is plenty strong enough for +P. Here's a link to a place that has (or at least had) them a little cheaper than Streicher's ($22.95 for a box of 50):
    http://ammunitiontogo.com/catalog1/p...ammo-1393.html
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    Re: What kind of Hollow Points do you Like

    Although it feeds anything I have put in it, I carry Hornady 200+P Tap in mt PT145. Dead on accurate, low flash powder, nickel coating to improve feeding.

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    Re: What kind of Hollow Points do you Like

    Is this company - Ammunition to Go reliable? My son just ordered a sizable amount of .223
    from them a few days ago. Thanks, Digger Doug

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    Re: What kind of Hollow Points do you Like

    Quote Originally Posted by diggerdoug
    Is this company - Ammunition to Go reliable? My son just ordered a sizable amount of .223
    from them a few days ago. Thanks, Digger Doug
    Very reliable---I use them a lot.
    In Loving Memory---Anthony 10/12/1998 - 3/26/2010

 

 
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