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Old 10-30-2012, 12:02 AM   #1
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What are some good brand name hollow points in 9mm?

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I like Federal HST and Speer Gold Dots. Both are superb SD rounds.

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What do you want them for? Plinking, SD etc. Plenty of HP that are designed to be accurate for range use and not for expansion, bullets like Montana Gold and Zero. Also some HP bullets that are designed to be accurate and have excellent terminal performance like the Hornady XTP and those listed above.

Depends on what your intended use is.

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Winchester Silvertip, Remington Golden Saber, Speer, Hornady, Sierra, Nosler. Take your pick.

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Hard to beat the old, reliable Hornady XTP.

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Hard to beat the old, reliable Hornady XTP.
I like the XTP as well. But there is something that keeps bringing me back to a 230 grain blob of lead.
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If you like jacketed bullets, you can't beat the Remington and Winchester hardball foir practice shooting. Buy in bulk and shoot a lot.

A box of 100 quality hollow points should last you a lifetime unless you're a mafia hit man.

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