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Old 01-13-2017, 06:43 PM
WR Moore WR Moore is offline
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About the search for "the best". Honest forensic folks who examine (fatal) wound tracks can't tell the difference between calibers much less brand names of any of the quality JHPs from the major makers. I'll also note that shot placement is far more important than diameter, weight, bullet design, velocity, degree of expansion or phase of the moon.

Find something readily available locally that's reliable and reasonably price and have at it. FWIW, the Remington standard JHP as found in their yellow box line and elsewhere will feed as well as ball ammo. It doesn't expand quite as well as some others, but it's reliable. Federal C9BP is also an oldie and goodie. Gold Dot and Federal HST work well but may be much more expensive and occasionally hard to find.

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