A significant performance boost in the tried and true intermediate cartridge: the venerable .30 Carbine. The 110 grain projectile utilizes the proven Gold Dot technology to ensure better performance at impact, even if it doesn’t utilize the standard end-to-end technology that made the Gold Dot line famous (their hollow point design). The soft point offers good compressibility and deformation with the potent ballistics that come with the cartridge.
The static ballistics are enhanced by a well-made projectile that has seen extensive testing in the facilities of the Speer Corporation and in real world use cases. These static ballistics are as follows: 1990 feet per second velocity and 967 pound feet of energy out of the muzzle. This performance on paper, translates to better stopping power in the situations that you may encounter, or for when you need a legitimate hunting performance round in the .30 Carbine caliber. The proven performance of the line and the reliability it is famous for will easily be enough to convince most shooters, but the real world stopping power will keep shooters buying more. It’s this stopping power in the field on intermediate sized game, or as a medium range tactical or self-defense load that will prove the inherent power of the .30 Carbine and the staying power of Gold Dot.
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