Golden Saber JHPs have jackets made of brass which is harder than copper and guards from deformation that can be assumed while punching through light barriers and heavy outer layers of clothing. This allows the hollow-tip bullet to expand properly during entry into a target. Remington's uniquely spiraling serrations also help to ensure expansion, even if the bullet makes contact at low speeds at long ranges. JHP rounds, in general, are proven to stop threats faster while lowering the risk of over penetration. A bullet weight of 230 grains matches a longstanding .45 ACP standard and offers excellent function in full-size guns.
Posted On: 5/19/2020 By: Mark Lichterfeld