.355-080-SCP Handgun Projectile/Bulk

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Outstanding Accuracy and Terminal Performance Patented, Tumble Upon Impact® Design Solid Copper match-grade projectiles The velocity is calculated based on the SAAMI unit using the average of 20 rounds. Loaded as 9…

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Product Details

Outstanding Accuracy and Terminal Performance

  • Patented, Tumble Upon Impact® Design
  • Solid Copper match-grade projectiles
  • The velocity is calculated based on the SAAMI unit using the average of 20 rounds.

Loaded as 9MM

Never load casings under 75% of available volume. (With projectile fully seated.)

Powder Type Max Load Grain FPS(AVG)
Alliant Powder Bullseye 5.6 1469
Vihta Vuori N340 6.2 1465
IMR HI-SKOR 700X 4.2 1332
Alliant Powder Red Dot 4.4 1351
Accurate No. 5 8.1 1469
Alliant Powder Power Pistol 7.8 1519
Winchester Auto Comp Ball Powder 6.7 1479
Hodgdon Tite Group 5.1 1405

Disclaimer

We follow the guidelines set by the Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturers Institute, Inc (SAMMI) Specs in order to provide safety to our customers. Everything is measured within the tolerance of pressure and COAL set by SAMMI Specs. Never load casings under 75% of available volume. (With projectile fully seated.)

Additional Information
Projectile ID:
.355-080-SCP
Projectile UPC:
753677048218
Grain Weight:
80gr
Overall Length:
.5470
Bullet Diameter:
.3550
Ballistic Coefficient:
N/A (Pistol)
Projectile 50 Round Box Weight:
.80
Reviews

1 Review

  • Outstanding bullet
    5

    Posted by Phil on 22nd Feb 2020

    Loaded to 1500 FPS, these will defeat THREE level IIIA body armor panels stacked on top of each other! Zips through one panel like nothing is even there and still penetrates 16" in Clear Ballistics gel with a wound channel significantly better than FMJ on bare gel. Minimal damage to the nose of the bullet even after all that. Much more reliable armor penetration than any of the solid copper designs I've tested from Lehigh Defense. Note that due to the profile of this bullet, it can't be loaded in 9x25 Dillon. I tried, but the OAL was far too long. FPS would have been incredible, but it's still very effective from 9mm.