Attention Shooters: We're seeing a huge uptick in orders and customer service calls. Currently, most orders are shipping in about 3 days. Stay safe!

Bulk Ammo For Sale

Call (800) 720-6035 or email us at today!

All Products

20 Rounds of .45 Long-Colt Ammo by Hornady - 185gr JHP

Out of Stock

Ammo Overview

Quantity - 20 rounds
Manufacturer - Hornady
Bullets - 185 grain jacketed hollow-point flex tip technology (JHP FTX)
Casings - Boxer-primed brass


If you’re looking to set your Colt SAA or Taurus Judge up for home defense, this .45 Colt load from Hornady’s Critical Defense line might be your best bet. Hornady has combined this classic cartridge with the latest in bullet technology, loading a 185 grain FTX Flex Tip bullet to a muzzle velocity of 920 feet per second. The soft polymer-tipped jacketed hollow point offers strong penetration through heavy clothing for reliable self defense. This load is optimized to perform well in any barrel length, including that of the Judge. Each box of 20 rounds uses Boxer-primed, nickel-plated brass cases.

Hornady is a high-end bullet and ammunition manufacturer located in Grand Island, Nebraska. Founded in 1949, the company spent the first several of its decades supplying other ammo loaders with premium bullets. In the 1980s, the company began loading its own ammo and currently offers in-house cartridges using its own FTX, XTP, TAP, and Z-Max bullets as well as a selection of shotgun shells.

Write Your Own Review

You're reviewing: 20 Rounds of .45 Long-Colt Ammo by Hornady - 185gr JHP

How do you rate this product? *

  1 star 2 stars 3 stars 4 stars 5 stars
Ammo Performance
Thank you for giving us your feedback and thoughts on this product. Your experience will help other shooters determine if an ammo is worth shooting and lets us know if we should continue to carry the rounds. If you don't mind, please also include an email address so we can get in touch with any questions or if there is anything we need to do to ensure your shooting experience was everything that it should be!

Our customer service team has published this Q&A information as a free service to the shooting community. Please note that expressly disclaims any and all liability with regard to how the shooting community might use this Q&A information. See Terms of Use for more details.

There are no entries.

Post your question
  • Please enter your name as you want it to appear on our site.
    Please tell us where you want the answer sent (it will not appear on our site).

* Required Fields