Any JHP that is reliable for self defense. I handload a 200 grain hard cast SWC (from a Lee tumble lube mold) to something under 1100 fps for hog duty. But, I've retired my P90 from said duty and gone to a .45 Colt Blackhawk pushing a 300 grainer to 1150 fps from a 4 5/8" barrel. I also installed a Wolf 18 lb 1911 spring (didn't need all those springs after I got rid of those 1911s) in the P90 for such duty. It actually works well with my carry loads, too. It's preloaded a bit because the slide on the P90 is a half inch shorter, but it fits over the guide rod like a glove and works great. You need a sturdier spring for the white hot +P stuff.BoneDigger said:Two scenarios, let me know what would be best...
1) Basic CCW duties for the PT145.
2) as a backup for feral hogs out of my Ruger P90 while pig hunting (archery).
OK!Count the amount of money you have spent on ammunition and compare it to the cost of the guns you fired it through and see what the ratio is.
No,Taurus has not gone into the ammo business. Then again I could be wrong.Count the amount of money you have spent on ammunition and compare it to the cost of the guns you fired it through and see what the ratio is. If you could have that money back, would you do it again. I read were 1 man said he had fired 50,000 rounds through his PT 92 and started to do the math on the cost of the ammunition. I would like to hear some estimates of what people think they have spent on ammunition in their lifetime. Does anyone know if Taurus is diversified into the munitions industry?