Barnes XPB™ Pistol Bullets

   

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.357 Magnum

Grain:
140

Bullet Type:
FB

Diameter:
0.357

Quantity:
20
  • $18.99

  • SKU: 1650367

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.44 Magnum

Grain:
200

Bullet Type:
FB

Diameter:
0.429

Quantity:
20
  • $19.99

  • SKU: 1650369

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.44 Magnum

Grain:
225

Bullet Type:
FB

Diameter:
0.429

Quantity:
20
  • $21.99

  • SKU: 1650370

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  • All copper bullet
  • Lead-free
  • Lighter weight
  • Patented X-Bullet™ technology
  • Specially engineered nose cavity peels back into six sharp-edged petals
  • Petals double bullet's diameter almost immediately after impact
  • Surer, deeper penetration than jacketed lead core bullets
Enjoy superior expansion, weight retention, and penetration from your handgun round with Barnes XPB Pistol Bullets. Featuring all-copper construction and patented X-Bullet technology, XPB bullets give you better weight retention and penetration than conventional jacketed lead-core bullets for better energy transfer. These lead-free bullets sport a specially engineered nose cavity that doubles the bullet's diameter almost immediately after impact into six sharp-edged petals. A great choice for hunting or self defense, XPB bullets deliver exceptional accuracy thanks to the higher velocity, flatter trajectory, and less recoil you get from a lighter than lead bullet. Made in USA.

Barnes XPB™ Pistol Bullets 4.5 5 2 2
Excellent Michigan deer bullet Used 225 gr. Barnes XPB bullets this year for my .44 Mag rifle reloads for deer hunting in zone 3. The gun I used was a Ruger M77/44 bolt-action rifle and the powder I used was Accurate #9 with maximum recommended charge from the Barnes manual. Shot a deer at close range (less than 20 yards) just above the shoulder and dropped it in its tracks. Bullet passed completely through the animal as is desired. Found through extensive range testing before deer season that it is not a very aerodynamic flyer compared to spitzer type bullets, but out to 75 yards it will print close enough to point of aim for deer hunting purposes. After 75 yards this bullet begins to drop dramatically from point of aim. However, for those of us who hunt deer in the Michigan woods, most animals are sighted and shot well within that distance anyway, so long-range bullet drop-off is a minimal concern. How a bullet reacts when it hits the deer is most important, and these deep, all-copper, hollow-point bullets do the job. November 30, 2014
reloads bullets work well with lee dies. good shooting no problems at all on the range. November 18, 2014
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