This classic load is a popular self-defense choice. See how it performs after 15 years in storage.
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.
How does Remington's mid-weight 9 mm perform?
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.
Standard bullets at standard velocities rarely get any credit, but they are most definitely worthy of consideration for self-defense.
Remington has a ton of self-defense options, but its tried-and-true JHP loads have always been reliable performers.
A great field cartridge for trappers, hunters and hikers, the .32 H&R Mag. can also be a valid choice for personal protection, especially when loaded with the right ammo.
Ultra-compact .380 ACP handguns are very popular, and this load performs extremely well from these little semi-automatics.
Designed for use in compact pistols, this load still manages to pack a big punch.
The 10 mm Auto is a very powerful cartridge and is often used for hunting by those who prefer a semi-automatic pistol to a revolver. It is also pretty darn good for self-defense.