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|Bullet Weight||100 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Jacketed Hollow-Point (JHP)|
|Ammo Casing||Nickel-Plated Brass|
|Ammo Caliber||.327 Federal Magnum|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||1500|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||500|
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Very powerful and great performance!
I have tested this ammunition in my LCR 1.875" and it did quite well. I have a Youtube channel where I test ammunition for velocity as well as ballistic performance through my test medium (4 layers of denim followed by 1.75" bologna followed by 1/4" medium density fiber board followed by 6 water jugs).
The 5 shot average velocity from the LCR at 12 feet from the muzzle was 1,398 FPS for 434 ft lbs energy. The damage to the bologna pack was right on par with the Gold Dot .357 Mag 135 gr short barrel I tested from a 2" barrel. The penetration was hitting the back of the 3rd water jug which is exactly how far all perfect performing ammunition penetrates to (equivalent to 15" in ballistic gel) and the bullet expanded to .537" with no loss of retained weight or fragmentation. It did quite well and was really impressive.
The only down side I found (which is probably why it's not loaded in nickel plated cases) is that the brass expanded a lot more than .357 Magnum, so case extraction was a tad more difficult than normal, but not bad enough to be a deal breaker. It's overall pretty effective .327 Federal Magnum ammunition.
Favorite 327 load
Ran some of these, along with both 85 and 100 grain American Eagle through a Ruger LCR. They recoiled a little less than the 85's and significantly less than the 100's these will be my carry ammo for the LCR. Great stuff, I recommend it highly.
Great version of a great round. If you're on the fence about whether to get a .327 for CCW because of ammo availability, remember: you don't need a lot of ammo for a .327 CCW revolver to perform its function for you. If you want to bust off a lot of rounds, there are other guns/calibers for that.
Shot out of a 4 inch Ruger SP101 revolver. .327 Federal Magnum is a phenomenal round, and these Speer GDHP rounds are phenomenal themselves. Treated 4x4 pine has exit holes that look like you were using a .30 Carbine. This is by far my favorite load in this caliber. Reliable, extremely accurate, minimal recoil, excellent expansion, these absolutely live up to Speer's reputation for quality.
Accurate and reliable.
Used these to sight in a .327 Ruger SP101 and found the rounds very reliable and consistent. This was the only magnum pistol caliber I'd never tried before, and it was a lot of fun to shoot. The drawback for the .327 is the cost of ammo; but you get what you pay for.
You're reviewing: 327 Federal Magnum - 100 gr JHP - Speer Gold Dot - 20 Rounds
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