.357 Magnum Hornady 125gr XTP American Gunner Ruger GP100

Shooting the 6″ Ruger GP100 .357 Magnum over the chronograph with Hornady 125gr American Gunner XTP.

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BigE
BigE

When I run out of 125 SJHP Remington bullets to reload I use XTPs.

Jerry 1911
Jerry 1911

I use the XTP bullet in all of my self defense hand loads in 9mm, 38, 357 and 45acp. I feel that the cost of reloading these bullets is economical, and I have always been pleased with their accuracy and expansion. Your velocities may have been slower than advertised, due to it only being 24 degrees. I believe most ammunition manufacturers test their loads around the 70 degree area.
Thanks for demonstrating the factory ammo.