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|Bullet Weight||200 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Jacketed Hollow-Point (JHP)|
|Ammo Caliber||.45 Long Colt|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||1025|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||467|
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Pricy and hot
I had a chance to finally get to the range and shoot these a year after I bought them. They are very hot in my Rugers and shoot well in my Henry Big Boy steel. They should NOT be used in the brass model or older guns that cannot handle +P ammo.
I'd use this on hogs at close range.
Venerable Long Colt Enters the All-Copper Age
I am a big fan of Barnes' decision to manufacture its own cartridges featuring all-copper HPs. Since most .45LC SAs are too fragile to chamber a +P, there are fairly few factory loads that can deliver an effective SD round in this caliber. To date, I have relied on Winchester 225 gr STHPs, despite the tendency of the jacket to separate or fragment in tissue, limiting already marginal penetration. With the new Barnes VOR-TX all-copper non-jacketed HP, this is no longer an issue. It shows good hunting round penetration, reliable expansion, and bullet integrity all within the limits of SAAMI pressure. Felt recoil is slightly snappier than with the Winchester ST, but the performance is a step up. Highly recommended for those looking for a superior SD round for .45LC's unable to chamber anything above standard pressure.
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