.327 Fed. Mag. 100-grain JSP

posted on November 16, 2010

It also creates a wickedly wide wound cavity due to its high impact velocity. While expansion and wound cavity size are not as large as the 100- or 115-grain Speer GoldDot loads in this chambering, penetration is, for all practical purposes, identical. And, the Federal American Eagle load is a good bit less expensive.

Load MV (fps) PEN (inches) EXP (inches) RW (grains)
.327 Fed. Mag. 100-grain JSP 1,572 16.00 .51 97


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