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Remington® Premier Golden Saber™ Centerfire Handgun Ammo

   

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.357 Magnum

125 Grain

Velocity (fps):
1220

Bullet Type:
Brass Jacketed Hollow Point

Quantity:
20 rounds
  • $32.99

  • SKU: 1277070

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9mm

124 Grain

Velocity (fps):
1125

Bullet Type:
Brass Jacketed Hollow Point

Quantity:
25 rounds
  • $29.99

  • SKU: 1277071

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9mm

147 Grain

Velocity (fps):
990

Bullet Type:
Brass Jacketed Hollow Point

Quantity:
25 rounds
  • $29.99

  • SKU: 1277072

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9mm+P

124 Grain

Velocity (fps):
1180

Bullet Type:
Brass Jacketed Hollow Point

Quantity:
25 rounds
  • $34.99

  • SKU: 1277073

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.38 Special +P

125 Grain

Velocity (fps):
975

Bullet Type:
Brass Jacketed Hollow Point

Quantity:
25 rounds
  • $30.49

  • SKU: 1277075

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.40 Smith & Wesson

165 Grain

Velocity (fps):
1150

Bullet Type:
Brass Jacketed Hollow Point

Quantity:
25 rounds
  • $36.49

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.40 Smith & Wesson

180 Grain

Velocity (fps):
1015

Bullet Type:
Brass Jacketed Hollow Point

Quantity:
25 rounds
  • $36.49

  • SKU: 1277077

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.45 Automatic Colt Pistol

185 Grain

Velocity (fps):
1015

Bullet Type:
Brass Jacketed Hollow Point

Quantity:
25 rounds
  • $36.49

  • SKU: 1277078

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.45 Automatic Colt Pistol

230 Grain

Velocity (fps):
875

Bullet Type:
Brass Jacketed Hollow Point

Quantity:
25 rounds
  • $36.49

  • SKU: 1277079

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.45 Automatic Colt Pistol

185 Grain

Velocity (fps):
1140

Bullet Type:
Brass Jacketed Hollow Point

Quantity:
25 rounds
  • $39.99

  • SKU: 1277080

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Combines 4 critical elements of handgun bullet performance: match-type accuracy, deep penetration, maximum expansion, and virtually 100% weight retention. 25 rounds per box.

HPJ: High Performance Jacket

Remington® Premier Golden Saber™ Centerfire Handgun Ammo 4.6 5 13 13
Remarkable power and damage I have used the 45 Caliber 230 Grain Golden Saber ammunition as my back up ammo for hunting. The shells cycled smoothly and the distance was quite well. I had shot a charging coyote at about 30 to 35 yards and I hit it in the head. The coyote dropped and the bullet kept going. I pulled the bullet from a tree and the bullet looked like a six prong star. It had expanded all the way. Remington is the best way to go as far as ammunition for hunting or whatever you would want it for. March 2, 2007
Best .40 S&W round available I have done my own testing of several jacketed hollow point defensive rounds for .40 S&W caliber. The Remington Golden Saber in 165 grain weight has a velocity of 1150 fps at the muzzle and expands perfectly when shot into several jugs of water. The bonded brass jacket stays with the lead, and there is a lot of "meat" in this bullet to cause the bad guys to stop. Fires perfectly and is very accurate. I won't carry anything else and I'm trusting my life (and lives of my family) with this bullet. August 31, 2008
Dependable The 380 fires fine so far in my bersa. I do not like with price of ammo plus shipping comes out to be a dollar a shot but I give it 5 stars since it is considered for self defense and not target shooting and for that day the need comes For self defense I can say my life or friends or family's life is worth every penny no matter how much it costs. January 31, 2011
Least accurate I bought this and 6 other boxes of ammo (different brands) to try in my new xdm 9mm and the golden saber 124gr +p would do about 8 in. groups. The regular remington would do about 2 in with the gold dot just behind it out to 25 yards. I ended up just shooting up all the saber rounds that day and wouldn't buy them again as they weren't even good target/practice rounds. The Magtech, Federal and Blazer were all more accurate for target use and the speer gold dot and remington jhp were the most accurate with the remington being about 1/2 in better at 25 yards (2in vs 2.5in). September 3, 2009
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All it states is ".357 Cal." Not .357 SIG or .357 Magnum...
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There are 3 different types of .357 pistol ammo I am familiar with-- .357, which is standard .357(lighter load than the magnum, COMPLETELY different from the .357 sig auto) -- .357 Magnum, which is the dame projectile ad the .357 standard round, but with a higher powder charge, thus giving it more penetrating power (from what I understand it was made to crack engine blocks of fleeing vehicles) -- .357 SIG AUTO, BASICALLY it is a 9mm casing that is "necked down" to accept a .357 projectile, it was designed to have very similar ballistics to the .357 MAG (i.e. kinetic energy, energy dump (stopping power) and penetration), it was designed to give police officers most of the advantages of the .357 MAG with the faster firing rate and higher magazine capacity of a semi-automatic firearm, not to mention the MUCH faster reload time (drop a mag, put a new one in, close the slide and start firing again / compared to opening the cylender, ejecting the casings, reload one at a time unless you usea "speed loader, close the cylender, lock it, cock back the hammer and re-aquire the target and resume firing) Hope that helped a bit!
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It's a heavier charge that is to be used when higher energy/volocity is intended. Not recommended for older guns and my understanding is that you should increase the recoil spring with a higher weight resistance in auto action weapons. I'm not an expert but this is my understanding of the +P designation.
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It means that the cartrige will produce higher pressures in the chamber when the round is fired compared to standard cartiges. Thus for a firearm to safely fire these bullets, it needs to be constructed using parts that can withstand the pressure and not fail. I personally carry a Rock Island Armory M1911 GI model. My pistol is rated to handle the +P ammo, and most M1911's and more modern designs are made to use the +P ammo, TO BE SURE I recommend consulting your owners manual, call the manufacturer or ask a reputable local gun smith. Hope that helps answer your question!
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A +P designation means the round is loaded with higher pressures.
Make sure you confirm with your gun manufacturer if your specific gun is rated for +P ammo.
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I slight correction to one of the answers. The +P ammmo for 9 mm, 45 ACP, and 38 special are, indeed, high pressure loads (about 8% above the SAAMI upper limit). However, 38 Super +P is not a "high pressure load". It is the standard nomenclature for the 38 super cartridge.loaded to SAMMI specs. The +P was added several years ago to better differentiate the 38 Super cartridge from the old (now obsolete) 38 ACP from which it was derived.
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+P means that it's a higher pressure round. It produces greater velocity and is therefore said to be "more powerful". Only use +P ammunition if your gun is rated for +P ammunition. Using +P ammo in a gun not rated for +P can damage your gun and/or cause significant injury.
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I'm not sure about all calibers, but I do know that some guns can't safely handle +P rounds. Make sure your gun is rated to accept them before shooting.
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Most people think "+P" means more power, and while that is basically true, the "P" actually stands for pressure. Thus +P stands for "plus pressure" or "increased pressure."

There are several different cartridges for which SAAMI has established a second, higher pressure, +P version, including the .38 Special, 9mm Parabellum (aka 9mmP, or 9mm Luger), .38ACP, and .45ACP. You will note all of these are old rounds that were created before WWI, and because of that pressures have been held down due to older, weaker guns in these chamberings. Their modern counterparts are referred to as .38 Special +P, 9mm +P, .38 Super +P, and .45ACP +P.

What does a +P cartridge offer? Increased pressure means increased power in the form of higher velocity. Higher velocity means increased energy, or the ability to do work.

There are two downsides to a +P cartridge. It will have more recoil or kick than the standard version of the same cartridge when both are fired in the same gun. It will also be harder on the gun.

In .45ACP the difference in recoil between the standard round and the +P version really begins to be noticeable. Test fire some +P ammo and decide for yourself.
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