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|Bullet Weight||115 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Jacketed Hollow-Point (JHP)|
|Ammo Caliber||9mm Luger (9x19)|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||1145|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||335|
We test fired five rounds of 9mm Luger (9x19) Remington 115 gr HTP into synthetic ballistic gelatin to observe its expansion and penetration characteristics. The ammo was fired from a Smith & Wesson M&P9C 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 9mm Luger (9x19) loads.
Find out more about ballistic gel testing and how this load compares to other self-defense ammo on Lucky Gunner Labs.
|9mm - 115 Grain JHP - Remington HTP - 50 Rounds|
|Bullet Depth (in.)||17.1||18.8||19.3||19.4||20.3|
|Expanded Diameter (in.)||0.35||0.44||0.46||0.5||0.52|
|Bullet Weight after shot (gr.)||113||114.4||114.4||114.4||114.6|
|Bullet Velocity (fps)||1132||1142||1142||1144||1147|
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Plenty good enough by konk on 5/2/2018
Then I bought a 50 round box of the Jacket Hollow Points. Set up the same penetration test with five gallon jugs of wat...
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Plenty good enough
Then I bought a 50 round box of the Jacket Hollow Points. Set up the same penetration test with five gallon jugs of water and got almost identical results as the u tube video test fire. Great penetration with great expansion. All any man needs for self defense.
Shot the115 gr HTP HP and the + P out of a Springfield XDS and a Kimber micro 9. They both shot within reason at ablout 15 yards. But my two pistols actually liked the standard load better. Actually the Kimber had under a 2" group. I was pleased with all functions from the ammo. Teamed up with the 115 gr Remington practice ammo they complimented each other. Good Job big green.
A good general defense round that isn't too costly, good to have on hand whole saving so $
While I know there are higher quality and more advanced bullets and rounds on the market these definitely have their purpose. While may daily carry rounds may consist of Barnes, Fed HST, or even Gold Dot (9mm, 40s&w, 45) these can be pricey rounds. The Remington HTP rounds are sealed and have great overall reliability I all the firearms I use. I don't feel an overwhelming drain on may wallet when I load these into stowed back up mag that may sit in a pouch, box, or on a self for years. Or taking the to the range just to get a little +P trigger time. And I feel confident they will work well enough in a pinch. I would love to load all my mags EDC and emergency back up with top of the line ammo but isn't really feasible, especially when I know the money could be spent elsewhere. They aren't a fancy boutique round but I'm sure they will be better than the FMJs we used in combat , and even those did better than I thought they would.
The Eagle Has Landed...My Perfect Ammo
Weather it's at home or conceal carry, my mags are loaded with Remington HTP JHP. These rounds slide through my High-Point C9 (both 8 & 10 round mags) as fast as I can pull the trigger. The C9 is a somewhat bulky firearm but with my 3speed holster, I have no problems going about my daily business. You can tell by looking at this Remington HTP JHP that this is quality ammo!
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Posted On: 6/26/2021 By: Terry
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