Ammo .357 Magnum Federal Personal Defense 125 Grain JHP Bullet 1440 fps 20 Round Box C357B
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Brand: Federal C357B
Item: 67371
UPC: 029465092979

A versatile bullet that functions well in revolvers and semi autos; the JHP creates quick, positive expansion with proven accuracy. Its specially designed jacket also ensures smooth feeding in autoloading firearms.

Muzzle Velocity: 1440 fps
1240 fps at 50 yards
1161 fps at 75 yards
1096 fps at 100 yards
Muzzle Energy: 575 ft/lbs
427 ft/lbs at 50 yards
374 ft/lbs at 75 yards
333 ft/lbs at 100 yards
Use for self defense and hunting

20 rounds per box. To buy a full case, order 10 boxes

Price is per box

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 Rating Number 1 - 1/10/2009
Reviewer: DWR
These are the ones you all been hearing are the best man stopper. These still have the best street record. Two things you must consider with this load, Recoil and Muzzle flash. I am more concerned with the muzzle flash. I have shot these at night in a 6 inch L-Frame and the muzzle flash blinded me. I still keep all my 357's loaded with these. They open up like a rain drop! They penetrate deep! Excellent self defense round. I only wise they would go back to selling them in 50 round boxes like the old days!
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4.0 Rating BOOM! - 11/29/2008
Reviewer: Bub
Yes, they are "Semi-Jacketed", but No, the lead does not contact your bore. The jacket does. The exposed lead is at the front of the bullet. Approximately the first 1/16" of the bullet is exposed lead. This includes the hollow cavity and a little lead behind it. The jacket is scored to assist in uniform expansion. The hollow cavity is quite wide. HydraShok or not, they should expand very well. This is a very stout load. I've even had some rounds jump the crimp ion my S&W 66 far enough to jam the cylinder as the bullet nose packed against the rear portion (forcing cone area) of the barell inside the frame. As always, practice with this round before carying it to save your life so you know how it behaves in your gun and with your shooting style. Good, strong stuff.
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5.0 Rating The Number 1 Stopper - 4/18/2008
Reviewer: RMC
This is the one, the 125 JHP .357, statistically 95% one shot stopper. That is apparently for all handgun loads, although one wonders about the newer mammoth handgun loads or the .44 Remington Mag not being as or more effective. Lack of data with these loads is likely the reason, if not the hot knife through butter affect. Of the mainstream cartridges available, the ones actually in day to day use, when the numbers were added up, this was the result. Not a surprise really, compared to the .38 Special or anything smaller, the ballistics figures tell the story. The 9mm has excellent ballistics for its size and is the reason it is used by the military and law enforcement, as well as being an autoloading round, but it does not match the .357. The old .45 does not have the velocity to match the .357, but here we get into the speed vs slug size argument, and there is no doubt that a larger bullet has added stopping power. The standard FMJ loads for the .45 also lessen it's performance. Newer rounds like the .357 Sig don't have the base of statistical data other rounds do, so at the moment this .357 round is the king of the hill. The notion that anything less than this is worthless is ridiculous of course, I imagine I would be feeling pretty bad with a .22 LR slug in my belly. I just might not be feeling anything with one of these .357's in me! And don't forget, being hit by a .17 HMR is worse than being missed by a .50 BMG!
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4.0 Rating A Heads Up - 8/5/2008
Reviewer: Bill
Don't be fooled. I mistakenly thought these were "Hydra-Shok" rounds. THEY ARE NOT. I'll blame myself for this one. Also they are SEMI-JACKETED so you'll get some lead in your barrel.
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5.0 Rating Explosive Expansion - 11/27/2008
Reviewer: andre
This is the round I carry for self defense. Its also loaded in my house gun. Made a video of my testing and uploaded it to youtube. Shot a number of things so there are multiple videos. Search for andreleger2001 and my tests should come up. Highly recommend this round.
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Ammo .357 Magnum Federal Personal Defense 125 Grain JHP Bullet 1440 fps 20 Round Box C357B
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