This round’s bullet exemplifies KISS: keep it simple, stupid. The 165 grain FMJ excludes any features that would optimize its terminal ballistics for self-defense. In other words, a non-expanding (and nonmagnetic) bullet like this is best used for punching paper, slapping steel and perforating recyclables.
This American-made ammo is loaded with low-residue powder and non-corrosive Boxer primers, just what you want for clean and reliable performance. Its brass cases are consistent and supple. Keep them to reuse later on – or save them for an appreciative pal with a reloading press!
Review by Nathan
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