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45 ACP (45 Auto) 185gr +P JHP Corbon Ammo Box (20 rds)

45 ACP (45 Auto) 185gr +P JHP Corbon Ammo Box (20 rds)

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45 ACP (45 Auto) 185gr +P JHP Corbon Ammo Box (20 rds). Jacketed Hollow Points are made with a gilding metal jacket and a soft lead core. The jacket is specially scored inside and out to ensure uniform and rapid expansion. Traditional hollow point bullet are economically priced and can be used to test the reliability of a handgun. Experts recommend that you fire at least 200 hundred rounds of your carry load to make sure it will function every time when you need it. This bullet mushrooms in the traditional sense to typically double diameter. The jacket and lead peel back to the bullet base.

Product 45 ACP (45 Auto) 185gr +P JHP Corbon Ammo
Caliber 45 ACP | 45 Auto
Projectile Weight 185gr | 185 Grains
Projectile Jacket JHP | Jacketed Hollow Point
Velocity 1150 FPS
Energy 543 ft-lbs
UPC 757750451049
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Corbon .45 for Hunting 12/24/2008
By Steve Marks
I'm a Pistol Hunter and for years have hunted by successful hiding in areas known to be frequented by Whitetails. In the past I've always used my old Colt Trooper MK III .357 with a load of 15.5 gr. 2400 and 150 gr. Sierra Soft Points. This year I decided to give my new Colt 1911 Series 80 a chance, since I always hunt at close range (I'm a true sportsman, not a mile-off yahoo). A direct heart shot at 25 yards with a Corbon 185 gr. +P almost knocked the deer over. unlike the .357! When butchered, I recovered the bullet and found it to be mushroomed to .82", with no apparent fragmenting! So, if you like to hunt like a sportsman, there's a new use for your .45!
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WoW 08/11/2005
By Jason Wagner
I just shot the Corbon 45acp 200 gr jhp in my new Ruger Kp345pr and all I can say is WOW. Awesome round, I normally shoot the standard CCI Blazer FMJ 230 gr for target, not anymore. I'll pay the extra money to shoot a round as smooth and accurate as this one is. 25 yard results CCi 3.50" group- Corbon 25 yard 1.75" group. I believe in targeting with the same ammo that I use for self defence.