Federal HST vs HST Government?
This is a discussion on Federal HST vs HST Government? within the Defensive Ammunition & Ballistics forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by multistage
Only trouble with HST is that it can be a pain to get, unless you order it.
Very true..found a place ...
September 13th, 2012 03:08 PM
Very true..found a place nearby that stocks them regularly. But, I usually keep the exact location to myself.:)
Originally Posted by multistage
'Fortes Fortuna Juvat'
“The Second Amendment is timeless for our Founders grasped that self-defense is three-fold: every free individual must protect themselves against the evil will of the man, the mob and the state.”
― Tiffany Madison
September 13th, 2012 04:57 PM
In the lower left of this page -- LE - Catalogs -- there is a link to an HST poster showing penetration for each round and an image of the mushroomed bullet. The FBI spec is a minimum penetration of 12 inches in bare ballistic gelatin. HST expands more than Hydro-Shok, and those sharp petals do much more damage as they buzz saw through to a depth (if you select an appropriate round) that can reach the bad guy's vital organs.
September 13th, 2012 05:11 PM
Faster hollowpoints expand more quickly and don't penetrate as far. Premium hollowpoints are designed to maximize expansion while meeting thr FBI's minimum penetration criterion. A shallower hollowpoint in a faster moving bullet would allow for deeper penetration.
Originally Posted by lyodbraun
Search tags for this page
federal classic hi shok 9mm
federal hi shok vs hst
federal hi-shok vs hydra-shok
federal hst ballistics
federal hst vs hydra shok
federal hydra shok vs federal classic hi-shok
federal hydra shok vs hst
hi shok vs hst
hst vs hydra shok
hydra shok vs hst
what is the difference between federal hst ammo when one starts with ap and the other with an x
Click on a term to search for related topics.