Hornady® Pistol .357 Sig® 124 Grain JHP / XTP 20 rounds

Item # WX2-71207

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Shipping restrictions apply to this product under some jurisdictions. Known age, state and local shipping requirements are applied at checkout and may result in changes to an order.

This item cannot ship to Canada.

This item cannot ship internationally.

Details & Specs

Hornady Custom Pistol Ammunition.

HORNDAY® BULLET:

All Hornday Custom™ pistol ammo is loaded with either the famous Hornady XTP® (eXtreme Terminal Perfromance) Bullet. All are supremely accurate, and deliver dependable knockdown power.

HIGHEST QUALITY BRASS:

Much of the brass is made by Hornady, the rest is carefully selected for reliable feeding, corrosion resistance, hardness and the ability to withstand maximum chamber pressures.

POWDER:

Each powder is matched with each load to ensure optimal pressure, velocity, volume and consistency from lot to lot.

PRIMERS:

Like the powder, each primer is carefully matched to its load. All are chosen to their ability to quickly, completely, and reliably ignite the powder.

Pistol ammunition:

Expand 1 1 / 2 times their original diameter for large channels, deep, terminal penetration.

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HORNADY® PISTOL AMMO

Stock No. 71207:
  • Bullet Caliber: .357 Sig Ammo
  • Bullet Wt. Grains: 124
  • Bullet Style: JHP/XTP
  • Muzzle Vel. (F.P.S.): 1,350
  • Muzzle Energy (Ft.-lbs.): 502
  • Rounds Per Box: 20 rounds

FP = Flat Point RN = Round Nose JHP = Jacketed Hollow Point FMJ FP = Full Metal Jacket Flat Point Cowboy = Cowboy Bullet FMJ RN = Full Metal Jacket Round Nose XTP = Extreme Terminal Performance

Please Note: We do not accept returns of Ammunition for safety reasons. NEVER use any Ammunition unless it is specifically designed for your firearm.

Reviews

Customer Reviews

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  1. 5 stars
    A Great home protection round for my sig 229.
  2. 5 stars
    its a very dpependable round , & is avery hot round , that shoots very well !!!
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