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Discussion in '1911 Carry' started by Carolinaboy, Oct 26, 2011.
Anyone using the PolyCase Ammunition®, the Inceptor® ARX®? wondering if my kimber will like it.
155grn Team Never Quit
running these for carry ammo
TNQ’s Training line utilizes a SinterFire® Hollow Point bullet designed to break up into small pieces upon impact with hardened steel. This projectile, due to the hollow point will also begin to breakup when it strikes soft tissue, wall board, clothing, etc. The projectile is not jacketed or plated. The copper/tin material is non-hazardous and recyclable which allows for less expensive range operations as well as a duty solution. The consistent uniformity of the SinterFire® projectile gives TNQs Frangible HP round exceptional accuracy, reliable functioning, and the same felt recoil as traditional ammunition.
Federal HST in both 9mm and my .45’s, everything I have read, every one that I have talked to who has done research, LEO’s, etc have all said that the HST is the best currently and what they carry - here is hoping that they are right.
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Winchester PDX1 in 230 grain in all my carry .45's.
rem golden saber
I like the Golden Sabers, but I like the Speer Gold Dots even better.
I've long favored Golden Sabers and Gold Dots, but have been trying out some Underwood and Sig V-Crown .45ACP offerings.
9mm 124gr HST
Federal Hydra-Shock .38 Spl. 110gr.
Fed. HST 147
I have recently changed both my .38 Super & 9mm to Federal 125/147 HSTs.
I also practice and plink with 147 Gr. FMJ as in MY GUN it has almost the same poa/poi