by Richard Mann - Tuesday, July 5, 2011
Most shooters want the latest and greatest bullet designs at hyper-fast speeds. There's nothing wrong with that, but there's nothing wrong with old and time-tested, either. Remington's 110-grain, semi-jacketed hollow point load for the .38 Spl. is a perfect example. It shows why the .38 Spl. became so popular—moderate expansion, moderate penetration at a moderate velocity with moderate recoil in a small- to moderate-size handgun.
|Load||MV (fps)||PEN (inches)||EXP (inches)||RW(grains)|
|.38 Spl. Remington 110-grain SJHP||895||10.25||0.61||110|
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