|Bullet Weight||200 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Semi-Jacketed Hollow-Point (SJHP)|
|Ammo Caliber||.44 Magnum|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||1475|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||966|
|Cost Per Round||$1.15 per round|
These include reloadable brass casings which have non-corrosive Boxer primers seated into their bases. For this particular .44 Mag load, Fiocchi uses a 200-grain semi-jacketed hollow point (SJHP) bullet which bears hollow divot at the center of its exposed lead tip. This configuration is intended to be safe for use in tubular magazines, has a sloped shape for smooth feeding, and promotes expectable expansion at a wide range of impact velocities and angles. While the 200-grain weight rating is light for the caliber, it boasts velocity comparable to 240-grain and 270-grain loads; this translates to relatively light recoil and a flatter trajectory that helps hit their mark. As the bullet enters into a target, its expansion will cause it to yaw while drilling out a larger wound cavity for faster bleeding. Ultimately, the deformed projectile's copper jacket will help it retain momentum which is transferred to vital zones in order to drop a game animal or threat target without fail.