Remington's newly designed Ultimate Home Defense Brass jacketed hollow points are designed with the concealed carry permit holder in mind. These high performance rounds are engineered to produce the terminal ballistics of larger guns and give you the confidence you need when defending yourself. Remington's Ultimate Defense rounds have match-grade accuracy and close to 100% weight retention. Hollow points have deep penetration and offer knock down power through their rapid expansion, even through heavy clothing at lower velocities. Don't fill your carry magazine with inferior ammo. Buy this Ultimate Defense ammo and know you have an advantage.
The nickel-plated cases are designed to prevent corrosion making this a great choice for protecting your family.
This product is brand new, nickel-plated, boxer-primed, non-corrosive, and reloadable.
Ballistic Gel Test
Ballistic gel test for 380 Auto - 102 Grain BJHP - Remington Ultimate Defense (Compact) - 20 Rounds
Ballistics Test Summary
We test fired five rounds of .380 Auto (ACP) Remington 102 gr Ultimate Defense into synthetic ballistic gelatin to observe its
expansion and penetration characteristics. The ammo was fired from a Glock 42 pistol at a distance of 10 feet.
A four-layer barrier of heavy fabric was placed in front of the gelatin to simulate clothing.
The complete data for this load from our test can be found on the chart below. The photo slider displays the
expanded bullets that were retrieved from the gel. Pictured below is a high speed video that shows the bullet
entering the gel at approximately 10,000 frames per second. The diagrams at the bottom of the page should give
you an idea of how this load compares to other .380 Auto (ACP) loads.
Find out more about ballistic gel testing and how this load compares to other self-defense ammo on
Lucky Gunner Labs.
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Okay But Not Tight Groups with Interarms Walther PPK/S
by John on 10/29/2015
Shot some of this today and it worked okay. No FTF, shot groups were not too tight, but shooter fatigue may have been the issue. Seems a little heavy for the PPK/S, which the manual suggests should use 95 grain FMJ. But it worked fine.
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Q: can i use this round in a bersa firestorm 380 what dose the B mean.
Posted On: 12/10/2019
By: William McCann
A: This can be used in a Bersa 380. Or any pistol chambered for 380 ACP.
The BJHP stands for Brass Jacketed Hollow Point. The use of brass is to lessen the cost over copper and performs very similar to a copper jacket.
Q: Can you give me the ballistics for the 102 grain 380 ammo from my Ruger LCP I have not found any ballistics for this round any where Thanks
Posted On: 3/22/2017
A: Hello Jim,
Remington lists the muzzle velocity of this round at 940 fps with a muzzle energy of 200 ft. lbs.
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