Is 9mm 147gr subsonic?

Is 9mm 147gr subsonic?

When the 9mm, 147 grain subsonic hollowpoint was introduced in September 1987, it was hailed as the solution to a tough stopping-power problem.

Does Buffalo Bore make good ammo?

Buffalo Bore is not mass-producing ammo that just goes bang, it makes a uniquely tailored product designed to be ultra-effective for critical applications. Buffalo Bore is best known for its Heavy or +P ammunition, like a 9 mm +P+ load that pushes a 124-grain JHP to more than 1,350 fps from a 5-inch barrel.

What is the heaviest grain 9mm?

The usual bullet weights for 9mm Luger range from 115 to 147 grains. Lighter and heavier bullets can be had, but they are not common for factory loads. The heavy bullets are generally 158-grains, but 165-grain bullets can also be had.

What hollow point does Buffalo Bore use?

Jacketed Hollow Point – (1,350 fps/M.E. 728 ft.

Is federal HST subsonic?

Federal Premium’s HST 147 grain projectile is subsonic, features a nickel plated brass casing and a non-corrosive primer, if you are looking for the best personal protection 9mm ammo offered the HST is it.

How good is the 147 gauge for boar?

The 147 gr. Outdoorsman load has proved EXTREMELY reliable and deadly on these tough beasts. Used as mostly finishing shots; however a month ago probably saved me serious injury or death on an unusually large “dead” 300 lb boar.

How many inches does a 147gr bullet penetrate?

This 147gr Gold Dot bullet will mushroom in mammalian tissue at impact velocities as low as 800 fps and will penetrate roughly 20 inches depending on how much bone is struck and how much clothing must be penetrated. This is enough penetration to incapacitate even very large men that are heavily clothed and are struck at bad angles.

Is the p 147 grain outdoorsman bullet recoverable?

Against expectations, only the Buffalo Bore P 147 Grain Outdoorsman bullet was recovered, as will be shown here if attaching images is possible! I’ll never trust another handgun round for backcountry protection.

How does Buffalo Bore determine the velocities of its barrels?

As per usual, Buffalo Bore does not believe in the industry-wide duplicitous use of extra-long laboratory test barrels to determine published velocities. These barrels do not give real-world velocities, but always give much higher velocities than stock firearms. Below, see the velocities developed by some of my personal 9MM pistols.