20rds - 327 Federal Magnum Speer 115gr. Gold Dot Hollow Point Ammo

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This is .327 Federal Magnum Speer 115gr. Gold Dot Hollow Point Ammo. You can count on Gold Dot’s superb performance, accuracy, and reliability with our Personal Protection line. Whether you need the best for concealed carry, home protection, or target shooting, Gold Dot delivers—round after round.Gold Dot was the first high-performance handgun ammunition to be loaded with true, bonded-core bullets. Using our exclusive Uni-Cor® process, we bond the jacket to the core one molecule at a time. This virtually eliminates core-jacket separation, the leading cause of handgun bullet failures and often inherent in the design of conventional bullets. Our bonding happens at the beginning of the bullet making process, exactly where it should.We form the hollow point cavity in two stages. The first establishes how far the bullet can expand; the second controls the rate of expansion. This patented* two-step cavity formation gives Speer engineers incredible control in the design process. Each bullet caliber and weight is tuned for optimum expansion and penetration. The bullet is finished to provide a smooth profile for reliable feeding in semi-auto handguns.Gold Dot is assembled in quality brass cases, nickelplated for smooth feeding and protection from corrosion. For sure-fire ignition under real-world conditions, we use famous CCI® primers. Then we load select, low-flash propellants matched to the performance needs of each cartridge. We put a lot of thought into each Gold Dot cartridge so you no longer have to.Accept nothing less than peak performance from your ammunition—find new Speer Gold Dot Personal Protection. this ammo comes packed in 20rds. per box.

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    posted on by Mistaron

    I believe this ammo is no longer produced. I was lucky enough to get the last box from my local gun store a few years ago. Testing with the Ruger LCR in water jugs I found that it penetrated 24+ inches (4 water jugs) through 2 layers of denim and expanded to .51". Most likely the reason Speer discontinued this particular round is the over penetration. I load it for self defense as the last round in the cylinder.

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