This 9mm cartridge features a 147 grain brass jacketed hollow point projectile. Because the exceptionally strong jacket is hot-bonded to its core, this bullet is virtually indestructible when it encounters resistance from most common urban barriers. Even auto glass, one of the hardest barriers for a bullet surmount, is only able to scrape about three percent of this durable bullet’s weight from it. With so much weight retained when it ultimately reaches its target, this bullet is naturally able to punch a very deep hole within it.
A Golden Saber Bonded bullet isn’t merely tough. Its stiff jacket further prevents over-expansion, ensuring its wound channel isn’t too wide to limit deep penetration. The BJHP reliably expands even at lower velocities, and its reduced nose diameter promotes nearly match-grade accuracy out of a self-defense round. Impressive stuff indeed.
A great self-defense round ought to have a nickel plated brass shell casing like this one’s. Nickel significantly reduces metal-on-metal friction to help a semi-auto feed and extract most reliably, works to prevent corrosion, and with its sheen is easier to see in a dark pistol chamber. Cap it all off with a sensitive primer and consistent payload of propellant, and you’ve got a choice solution for all your personal protection needs.
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