Keith style SWCs for defensive use
So, with the cost of everything going way up, including "defensive" ammo (if you can even find it), I have a question about the use of "target" Keith-style SWCs for defensive use.
I am curious to hear some accounts from you handgun hunters out there who use this load. What kind of results are you getting?
I understand most of you probably handload, which is not something I am interested in. I'm mostly trying to see what kind of results you might expect to see from factory SWCs.
I currently use standard pressure 158 gr SWCs in my .38 LCR. They certainly seem stout enough, and I do not believe in magic bullets, but without the benefit of a chronograph or ballistic gel to do my own tests, I'm just wondering what these can be expected to do, from those of you who may have used this load (or similar) for hunting.