This is a discussion on Ranger T-Series in .40 S&W- 165gr and 180gr. question within the Defensive Ammunition & Ballistics forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; hey guys, I have a question regarding the Ranger T series in .40. I use either 165gr or 180gr Ranger T sereis. My question is, ...
I have a question regarding the Ranger T series in .40. I use either 165gr or 180gr Ranger T sereis. My question is, in the past the different bullet hollowpoints (165 and 180gr) looked a little bit different. The 165gr hollowpoint looked a bit wider than the 180gr, and the 180gr had thicker petals whe you look at the hollowpoint.
Now recently, I bought a few boxes of 165 and 180gr Ranger T series, and the two hollowpoint bullets look EXACTLY the same, and I have never seen this before. Keep in mind I have alwas had the latest edition T series. For those of you out there that have both grains, can you do me a favor and look to see if the 165gr hollowpoint looks slightly different than the 180gr hollowpoint? The person whom I bought them from said that they are correct, but I don't really think they are. Any help would be great!
I have heard that they redesigned the bullets. I don't know if what you are seeing are the same generation bullets?