I wonder how they shoot for POI as in comparison to the 110 gr.FTX?
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One has to wonder how they shoot for point-of-impact in comparison with the standard velocity 158 grain load for which the great majority of fixed sight .38 Special revolvers have been regulated?
This very light bullet loading could be expected to hit lower on target when used in most revolvers.
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How about some black tipped 158 gr +P for prostate cancer.
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Saw an add for these in the latest NRA mag. Didn't realize they were for breast cancer.
Now I can buy more ammo since it is for a good cause.....
I hinestly am no longer effectef by the pink product hype.... I more shake my head than anything. Many companies profit from such things with little contribution to cancer research.... I prefer to donate directly to my chosen charities
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