.357 Mag. Barnes 140-grain VOR-TX XPB-HP

Barnes Bullets has been offering loaded ammunition for about a year, and this .357 Mag. load offers a ton of speed.

.357 Mag. Federal 125-grain JHP

This .357 Mag. load lives up to the magnum moniker, and then some.

.45 ACP Remington 185-grain Golden Saber

This standard-pressure .45 ACP load provides excellent penetration in ordnance gelatin.

.380 ACP Winchester PDX1 95-grain JHP

Looking for a great defensive load for your pocket .380? Look no further.

.460 Rowland Wilson Combat 230-grain XTP

The .460 Rowland is considered by many as nothing more than a way to turn a 1911 into a big-game hunting pistol. That's not entirely the case, especially in the instance of the pistol used for this test.

.38 Spl. +P Remington 125-grain Golden Saber

Shooting +P loads from snub-nose revolvers is seldom fun, but this offering from Remington was surprising in its performance both at the muzzle and on the target.

.40 S&W LeHigh Defense Max-Expanding

LeHigh Defense has taken what it has learned from building large-caliber, all-copper, big-bore rifle bullets and used that knowledge to create one of the widest expanding handgun bullets available.

.45 ACP LeHigh Defense 174-grain Max-Expanding

This high-velocity load with an all-copper bullet offers impressive expansion.

.40 S&W Federal 165-grain Hydra-Shok

One of the more popular self-defense bullets performs admirably in this .40 S&W load.

9 mm +P Winchester PDX1 124-grain HP

Winchester PDX1 loads are a great choice for home defense. How does a +P version perform?

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