Based on my limited experience with MHP ammunition, I think it has promise for personal protection. It’s accurate, delivers consistent velocities, produces low recoil, delivers decent penetration and creates a wide and nasty wound cavity.
One of my favorite carry guns is a lightweight Browning Hi Power. This ammo seems perfect for that pistol because those guns will not handle a regular diet of the hot stuff. The MHP concept, however, is not as new and revolutionary as it might seem. Lehigh Defense has been building bullets like this for a long time. It seems smart ballisticians think alike.
For the full review of the Norma Monolithic Hollow Point ammo, click here.
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