Hollow Point

Jacketed Hollow Point (JHP) ammunition for the .357 Sig is designed for maximum stopping power. When the nose of the bullet contacts a target, the weight and energy of the bullet carry through, filling the hollow cavity and causing the bullet to expand massively. This expanded diameter creates a wider wound channel and offers more effective stopping power. The effect of this expansion actually makes hollow point bullets safer because the energy of the bullet is delivered more rapidly, decreasing the risk of bullets passing through your target. Thanks to the design of the .357 case and bullets, JHP ammunition feeds exceptionally reliably.

For these reasons, JHP bullets are an ideal choice for personal and home defense, but you should always practice with your defensive ammunition so you can count on its performance when your life depends on it.

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  1. 20rds - 357 Sig Hornady 147gr. XTP Hollow Point Ammo 20rds - 357 Sig Hornady 147gr. XTP Hollow Point Ammo

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  2. 20rds – 357 Sig Hornady Critical Duty 135gr. FlexLock Ammo 20rds – 357 Sig Hornady Critical Duty 135gr. FlexLock Ammo

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Recent Hollow Point Reviews

  • ☆☆☆☆☆
    This is some serious stuff. It’ll put down some bad hombres.
    Brett M on 20rds – 357 Sig Federal Personal Defense HST 125gr. JHP Ammo
  • ☆☆☆☆☆
    They work well... and make a big mess....
    ASF on 20rds - 357 SIG G2 Research RIP 92gr. HP LF Ammo
  • ☆☆☆☆☆
    Absolutely incredible ammunition. Have carried my German Sig P229 since 1996 cal .357 sig. Like this weapon so much purchased a second German P229 which remains unfired today. Chronographs at just over 1400 f.p.s. with Hornady load. Just below 1400 f.p.s. with Speer Gold dot. A former deputy sheriff I remember well the transition between the .357 mag and the 9 m/m. In the transition period, (1980's) the 9 m/m ammo had a bad reputation for stopping power. Not today, however the .357 Sig easily eclipses any 9m/m load out there. If loaded where it should be, the 9 m/m suffers an easy 200 / 250 f.p.s. to the .357 Sig. Accuracy wise the .357 Sig easily outperforms the 9 m/m. .357 Sig also much more snappy! Secret Service loves it, U.S. Air Marshalls love it, Texas Rangers love it. I love it. "Nuff said.
    Tim Hardy on 50rds - 357 Sig Federal LE Tactical HST 125gr. Hollow Point Ammo
  • ☆☆☆☆☆
    While I’ve never had to use this for its intended purpose I have shot enough of this ammo at the range to feel like it would perform well if the need arose. It’s shoots well and accurately in both my Sig P239 and Glock 23 (with a 357 drop in barrel). I can’t discern much difference recoil wise between the 40, the 9mm and the 357 Sig. Is it louder? I wear ear pro so how can I tell?! Many LE officers like the 357 Sig so I’ll defer to their judgement. A 357 Sig with a spare mag sleeps in my bed stand but when the ATF gets around to granting me my tax stamp the nightstand gun will be a suppressed 9mm......probably a CZ Scorpion Evo 3 S1, Obsidian 45 suppressor, 30 rd mag with a full spare and a light......it’s a crazy world these days! My life matters ???? So.....I digress. The Winchester ammo works just fine.
    John T Turner on 50rds - 357 Sig Winchester Ranger 125gr. Bonded Hollow Point Ammo