Winchester Bonded PDX1
Winchester's Bonded PDX1 personal defense ammo offers optimum penetration and expansion through a variety of intermediate obstacles. That's why it was chosen as the FBI's primary service round.
.380 ACP +P Grizzly Xtreme
Grizzly's new Xtreme line of self defense ammunition was covered in the Ammo column in the April 2010 issue of Shooting Illustrated. See how they perform in ballistic gelatin testing.
9 mm +P Cor-Bon 115-grain DPX
Cor-Bon Ammunition loads Barnes TAC-XP bullets (formerly know as XPB bullets) in their DPX line of ammunition. Typical of Cor-Bon ammunition, velocities are high.
.45 ACP +P 185-grain Remington Golden Saber
Remington's Golden Saber line of ammunition utilizes a bullet with a jacket made of the same copper-zinc alloy (brass) utilized in cartridge cases.
.38 Spl. +P Hornady Critical Defense 110-grain FTX
See how this new, purpose-built load from Hornady performs in gelatin.
.45 ACP +P 165-grain Cor-Bon JHP
This screaming-fast .45 ACP load is a great choice for a carry gun—which is why our ballistic expert carries it.
9 mm +P Speer 124-grain Gold Dot HP
+P ammunition offers the advantage of higher velocity and generally more tissue destruction at the sacrifice of more recoil and penetration.
.45 ACP +P DoubleTap 185-grain Nosler JHP
DoubleTap is the only ammunition company I know that loads Nosler pistol bullets.
+P or Not +P
That is the question. Are you better protected with +P ammunition in your handgun?