Norma MHP Monolithic Hollow Point 9mm In North Lauderdale, FL
This self-defense ammunition comes in only 9 mm, it is known for its exceptional stopping power and in the 9 mm caliber the weight is 7g/108 gr, the ballistic coefficient is G1. 0.168.
Additional information about this self-defense cartridge can be found on the Norma.com website under product number 299740020. The search in North Lauderdale, FL has always been for a load that will increase the higher likelihood of a one shot stop of an adversary. The name of this cartridge is “Monolithic Hollow Point” refers to the fact that this particular self-defense cartridge is made from a single material, and in the case of the Norma ammunition it is all copper. It comes in the configuration of a hollow point and the nose is cavitated by about 1/16 of an inch and around the outer cavitation of the nose the bullet has been skived or pre-stressed.
The bullets although being made of copper are plated and have a silver, almost chrome type appearance. The cases have a very distinctive black-oxide coating which slickens the surface to aid in feed reliability. Based upon several tests using different guns and different makes of Chronographs which do give unfortunately sometimes different results the average that was obtained during a test was from 5.1 FPS to 15.7 FPS for an average of 10 FPS. Norma advertisers a muzzle velocity of 1,312 FPS obtained with a 6-inch barrel. To keep this in perspective we have seen two identical guns and chronographs record velocity is the difference of almost 100 FPS with identical ammunition.
One thing that was noted was regardless of the gun used the reliability was exceptional and there was no jamming or feed issues.
Self-Defense Ammunition Designed For Concealed And Open Carry In North Lauderdale, FL
One of the most debated topics in using a handgun for Self-Defense in North Lauderdale, FL is choosing the right ammunition to stop the threat. The debate will probably never end which actually is a good thing as debate spurs research and innovation. A perfect example of this is that after a century or more ammunition is still evolving and becoming more effective due to research that was spawned by real world experience and healthy debate in North Lauderdale, FL.
One very important fact that seems to be overlooked by some who are staunch supporters of a particular ammunition caliber, load, or design is that although the ammunition is a critical component of your self-defense preparation in North Lauderdale, FL what is even more important is bullet placement. A .22 LR shot from a pocket derringer into the ocular orbit of the attackers eye will stop them instantly and will do more for your self-defense than a .45 acp shot into the attackers belly. The best preparation is three fold; a combination of the right ammunition, bullet placement, and plenty of practice.
Choose Your Self-Defense Ammunition Carefully In North Lauderdale, FL
When doing your research in North Lauderdale, FL on the right ammunition for your handgun self-defense needs the amount of data that can be found on the internet can be almost overwhelming. Some feel that the FBI is the ultimate resource and use their conclusions to make their decisions. Keep in mind the FBI statistically are involved i n very few shooting incidents and the wealth of the information that they have is from information obtained by local law-enforcement and public shooting incidents in North Lauderdale, FL.
The optimum outcome in a Self-Defense situation where one is forced to shoot an attacker is to stop the attack with a single shot, and historically that has been done with either shot placement and or ammunition that have true “Stopping Power”. All handgun ammunition has its limits as true “man-stoppers” and the facts are what they are, the larger the caliber coupled with the right “Expansion” characteristics have the best chances of stopping an attack, it is plain physics. Velocity plus mass, Plus impact kinetic energy equal stopping power. For help in your research to get real world reports on Ammunition performance in North Lauderdale, FL go to our website US Precision Defense.
Ammunition for self-defense may be regulated by state law
Ammunition for self-defense may be regulated by state law
Just as important as it is to pick a premium pistol for your self-defense is the choosing of the correct ammo that you will use. Ammo for self-defense has made great strides in quality and performance in its ability to penetrate and create what is commonly known as stopping power.
Self-defense ammo is not necessarily designed to kill the attacker, but rather to stop the combat and prevent them from continuing the confrontation with you or any other citizens who may be present for the confrontation. To achieve this, ammo must have the ability to create such a shock and tissue damage that the attacker instantly stops and surrenders. The stopping or “knockdown power” usually refers to the ability of the ammo to incapacitate the attacker.
Choosing a self-defense ammo is not as easy as simply walking into a North Lauderdale, FL pistol store and making a purchase, there are many premium types of ammo that, although legal in one state, would be a felony to simply possess in another state, so you must know all of the related ammo and gun regulations and regulations in North Lauderdale, FL and the surrounding areas.
This can be a real issue if you leave North Lauderdale, FL and are carrying a concealed pistol or any type of pistol across state lines.
The most common and effective type of concealed handgun self-defense ammo is the “Hollow Point” for both revolvers and semi-auto pistols.
Nearly every manufacturer of ammo now makes highly practiced hollow point ammo for self-defense, each has a slight variation in the design of the ammo and casing coupled with powder, primer, and machining quality to produce exact and high precision ammo.
YouTube is a great source for citizens from North Lauderdale, FL to learn the ballistics and true capabilities of any type of concealed handgun ammo you’re considering for self-defense use. The premium ammo (but not limited to) that a vast majority of practiced self-defense ammo comes in is:
Revolver: .38 Spl +P, .357 Mag, .44 Mag
Auto Pistols: .25 Auto, .32 Auto, .380 Auto, 9mm, .38 Super +P, .40 Cal, 10mm Auto, .357 SIG, and .45 Auto