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|Bullet Weight||125 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Jacketed Hollow-Point (JHP)|
|Ammo Casing||Nickel-Plated Brass|
|Ammo Caliber||.357 Sig|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||1350|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||506|
Remington Golden Saber ammo is renowned for its strong terminal performance and reasonable cost. Golden Saber jacketed hollow point bullets are designed with spiral cut notches and a brass jacket that provides excellent penetration and expansion to stop an assailant quickly in a self-defense emergency. This .357 SIG ammo works well in a variety of popular concealed carry and service handguns and delivers the superb stopping power that this caliber is known for.
Each cartridge in this bulk priced case of 500 fires a 125 grain jacketed hollow point at a muzzle velocity of 1,350 feet per second. This high velocity helps the bullet produce very high diameter mushrooming that users of .357 SIG ammunition expect.
This ammo is loaded by Remington in Lonoke, Arkansas using non-corrosive Boxer primers and nickel-plated brass cases. Nickel plating, while sometimes thought of as a cosmetic upgrade, helps to protect the case against corrosion and wear and tear; since defensive ammunition is meant to be carried frequently and fired very rarely, this is a significant benefit.
How does Remington 125 Grain compare to other .357 Sig self-defense loads? We conducted some tests with Clear Ballistics synthetic gelatin to find out. Following the FBI’s test protocol, we fired five rounds into the gel with a barrier of heavy clothing. We used a Glock 31 because the short barrel is similar to the type of compact handguns that are most likely to be carried concealed. Images of the fired bullets suspended in the gelatin are in the graphic above.
We measured the penetration depth of each bullet and then recovered them from the gel to measure the expanded diameter. You can find all of that data in the chart at the bottom of this page. Photos of the recovered bullets are below on the left and a slow motion video of the first bullet fired into the gel is down on the right.
If you’d like to know more about our ballistic gelatin testing and see the results from over 150 other self-defense loads, check out the article on Lucky Gunner Labs.
|357 Sig - 125 Grain JHP - Remington Golden Saber Bonded - 500 Rounds|
|Bullet Depth (in.)||17.7||18.4||19.3||21.2||21.7|
|Expanded Diameter (in.)||0.57||0.57||0.58||0.59||0.6|
|Bullet Weight after shot (gr.)||124||125||125||125||125|
|Bullet Velocity (fps)||1379||1380||1386||1394||1403|
357 Sig - 125 Grain JHP - Remington Golden Saber Bonded - 500 Rounds
Review by SigM11
Shooting a Glock 23.4 with an OEM 357Sig barrel. (I have always loved the performance of Golden Sabers in 45 so I decided to try these.) 100 rounds thus far...all flawless. If the next 100 rounds perform well, I will same the remainder as my carry ammo.
(Posted on 11/3/2019)
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great defense ammo
Review by Justin
This ammo feeds better than Gold Dot in my Glock 31 and Glock 32. The chrono tested velocity is around 1350fps in my Glock 32, and 1380 in my Glock 31. Terrific expansion and penetration in 4 layer denim covered water jug testing. The bullet holds together perfectly, unlike non-bonded Golden Saber ammo.
(Posted on 9/5/2017)
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Posted On: 12/28/2019 By: Stephen Jensen
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