HPR 125-Grain .38 Spl. Ammunition

posted on July 7, 2015

While it may previously have been claimed that .38 Spl. ammo should be 158-grain for bullet weight, sometimes you want a little more vitesse in your carry ammunition. In that case, the folks at HPR have you covered.

HPR Ammunition's HyperClean 125-grain .38 Spl. TMJ bullet offers consistent powder configuration with minimal spread in velocity, ensuring consistent ammunition for any need. The 125-grain bullet offers increased velocity over the standard 158-grain variant while still providing a training round very similar to defensive ammunition.

For those that carry HPR's 125-grain JHP ammunition, this TMJ offering allows practice to occur with the same bullet weight and feel. Optimize your defensive practice with less-expensive TMJ rounds that offer similar handling to the JHP carried for defense.

MSRP: $22.99/50-round box.


Galco Underwraps Elite
Galco Underwraps Elite

First Look: Galco UnderWraps Elite Belly Band

Carry your defensive firearm when you can't carry in a conventional manner.

Keeping The Proper Perspective

A firearm is only part of the defensive lifestyle.

New 2011 and 1911 Pistols for 2024

The double-stack 1911 bandwagon keeps rolling right along.

First Look: SIG Sauer 1911-XSeries Pistols

Red-dot ready, right from the box.

Infrared Aiming Devices For Rifles

Using infrared technology can be challenging even with the best equipment, which is why the U.S. Army runs intricate training scenarios to familiarize its Soldiers with these IR devices.

First Look: SB Tactical SBA5 Brace

The latest iteration of SB Tactical's game-changing pistol brace.


Get the best of Shooting Illustrated delivered to your inbox.