.38 Spl. 140-grain Wilson Combat Hornady XTP

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posted on November 27, 2012
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The downside to the .357 Mag. is recoil, but the benefit is terminal performance. Like with everything ballistic, the search is always for a perfect balance of recoil and performance. If your .357 Mag. is giving you the blues and bruises, consider this .38 Spl. load from Wilson Combat. For an expanding bullet from a .38 Spl., this load, in XTP bullet fashion, drives deep and the recoil impulse is much less intense than any .357 Mag.

Load Handgun MV (fps) PEN (inches) EXP (inches) RW (grains)
.38 Spl. 140-grain Wilson Combat Hornady XTP Smith & Wesson Model 686 (4-inch barrel) 953 22 0.46 140

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