Is 124 grain 9mm good for self defense?

Is 124 grain 9mm good for self defense?

Federal Premium Personal Defense Ammunition 9mm Luger 124 Grain HST Jacketed Hollow Point. One of the great things about this ammunition are high quality features that make this ammunition perfect choice for self-defense ammunition.

Does Browning make ammo?

While the cartridges themselves are manufactured by Winchester, the design and technology involved is all Browning. Right now, Browning centerfire rifle ammo comes in .

Who makes ammo for Browning?

Browning ammo is made by Winchester Ammunition, expanding the partnership between the two companies that spans many decades (FN Herstal, the parent of Browning, makes Winchester firearms under license from Winchester Ammunition). The BXR bullet uses similar technology to Winchester’s Deer Season line.

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How much does a Browning Hi Power cost?

Recently Sold BROWNING HI POWER pistol PRICE: $1,979.00 MANUFACTURER: Browning CONDITION: New Old Stock MODEL: Hi-Power SOLD: 2 days ago UPC: LOCATION: Calhoun, KY 42327 SKU: CALIBER: 9mm Luger MANF. PART #:

Can a 9mm Hi Power tip be broken?

In over 3 decades of shooting Hi Powers regularly, I have seen but two that had broken ejectors. If you are suffering ejection problems and the extractor and spring are not suspect, you might inspect the ejector to see if the tip is broken. If it is, replace it but I personally believe that this is very rare.

What kind of barrel does a 9mm Hi Power use?

Shown are two 9mm Hi Power barrels from BarSto. The top has the humped barrel and closely resembles the FN factory bbl of humped design that was common in Hi Powers preceding the Mk II. The bottom barrel has had the hump removed and appears the same as the current straight ramp factory Hi Power barrels.

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Is the 9mm Hi Power a reliable sidearm?

The Hi Power is definitely a time and battlefield-proven sidearm, but even normally dependable firearms need at least a minimum of maintenance. FWIW, in the three cases of neglect just mentioned, the firearm did notmalfunction (usually failure to eject) every single shot. It would normally fire three or more cartridges between malfunctions.