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|Bullet Weight||124 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Jacketed Hollow-Point (JHP)|
|Ammo Casing||Nickel-Plated Brass|
|Ammo Caliber||9mm Luger (9x19)|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||1180|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||384|
We test fired five rounds of 9mm Luger (9x19) Remington 124 Golden Saber +P 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 +P - 124 gr JHP - Remington Golden Saber- 25 Rounds|
|Bullet Depth (in.)||16.8||17.5||17.9||18.1||20.8|
|Expanded Diameter (in.)||0.65||0.66||0.66||0.66||0.66|
|Bullet Weight after shot (gr.)||123.5||123.5||123.7||123.7||123.8|
|Bullet Velocity (fps)||1161||1162||1162||1181||1182|
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Great ammo, even though I have never used it against a personal attack. Thank GOD!
Fired from Browning Hi-Power MkIII. No malfunctioning of ammo and easy to require site picture, due to weight of pistol & spring up grade. Low flash as advertised.
Accuracy drops off @ 25 yds, but this round expands great in tissue, and the low muzzle flash is a bonus.
My accuracy suffers with a wide deep hollow point like this. These bullets expand more than about any other round I have fired into gel, dead cows, or spoiled meat. The round has no discernible muzzle flash from the shooter's viewpoint. I have never been shot at with this round, but I assume there is little muzzle flash from that viewpoint either. Low muzzle flash is a good thing at night. You don't give away your position, or sacrifice you night vision with muzzle flash. That is one thing I really like about this ammo. The fact it saved my life is another. I hit the sidewall of a tire at about 20 yards, after taking out another tire from 7 yards. I did not have a clean shot at the driver, so disabling the vehicle was the other option. With two flat tires the beads broke, and spun on the rims. This kept the diver from being able to run me over, after I retreated into some heavy foliage & vegetation. By then backup had arrived. So, when it counts, you can count on these to go where you need them to go, and do what needs to be done. Practice with these from time to time, because they don't fly quite like a FMJ. Your pattern will open up a little bit, especially at longer ranges. If you are more than 15 or 20 yards away, don't try to do any fancy shooting with these. They are not super accurate. You sacrifice "some" accuracy for the lethallity factor, and the low muzzle flash. STILL A FABULOUS ROUND! +P is a waste in short barrel pistols. Anything less than about a 4"bbl & +P has no appreciable effect. These chrono'ed out about the same as a normal SAMMI spec. round, with little or no increased velocity. So, buy accordingly, for the guns you own & use. The +P actually makes these less accurate in guns where +P is not effective due to a short barrel. This is due to the lack of time spent in the barrel to gain any appreciable velocity from the extra pressure of a +P powder load. If you have larger pistol & a smaller one, the +P can be an advantage in one, and a detractor in the other, but not enough to make my buy both rounds.
Good velocity from short barrel
Got these for a Kahr PM9 with 3.1" barrel.
Consistently clocked at around 1030 to 1050 fps.
A little more snap than 124gr Federal HydraShocks (which clocked around 930 fps out of the same pistol) but around 100 fps faster.
No malfunctions or failures in 60 rounds.
The shape of the nose of these bullets do make them a very close fit in the PM9's magazine, but it never had any issues firing them.
First time ever putting +P rounds through my Glock 19 9mm and no problems
I purchased four box for defense but took one to the range to get a feel for the +P rounds. Felt awesome pushing them down range. I have always gotten the best service from LG, fast delivery, good prices, and quality merchandise.
Over penetrated for what I needed but will still be buying more
I bought this as a home defense round for a Glock 19 and Sig P229-1. I took it out to my brother in laws house and shot up some 2x4's and wooden pallets. They shot straight through 2 2x4's and got lodged into the 3rd one. Then I shot some 124gr federal ammo and it stopped in the second 2x4. The federal rounds also expanded while the golden sabre's did not. I figured if I had to fire through something like a door and hit someone on the other side and have it stop inside the would be assailant than the federals probably a little bit safer as it won't or didn't over penetrate like the golden sabre did. For some reason the golden sabres didn't even expand, they were slightly deformed and the cavity was filled with wood but they did not expand. The main reason for jacketed hollow points is for the round to stop inside of your target and not penetrate through and possibly hit an innocent bystander. I will most likely be going with the 50 round boxes of 124gr federal ammo. But even with that being said I will be buying more because of the price point and even thought I don't plan on shooting into any vehicles it also may have it place in my book.
One of the best
I have used this golden sabre ammo in 9mm 40 cal and 45, And never had a problem in fact. This is my choice when it comes to self defense rounds, I carry it every day at work, so you could say I bet my life on it.
Very good ammo but a little over priced
This ammo is the best and I got it in 2 days after my order this is the best company to purchase from they have quality ammo and very fast shipping. They have ammo when no one else does. I have searched every where to get 9mm ammo for my Springfield 9mm 9 XD but could not find it but they have it here. What can I say 10*+ on every thing!!! I gave it a 3* on value because of the price but the ammo is very good!
Use this ammo for self defense. I had never had a misfire in My Browning Hi-Power, great accuracy (I do my part), feeds well and low flash. I have tried it myself at night. Plus the heavier grain compared to 115gr puts more impact power. I load up on this ammo and shoot a couple of boxes to stay up to date.
Self Defense ammo
This is good stuff. Tried alot of different kinds before settling on this. Good terminal performance, doesn't break apart. Clean reliable feeding and it goes bang every time. Works with all my brands of mags and 9mm weapons.
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