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.45 ACP P Hornady XTP 200 gr JHP Gel Ammo Test

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.45 ACP P Hornady XTP 200 gr JHP Gel Ammo Test
.45 ACP P Hornady XTP 200 gr JHP Gel Ammo Test
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Penetration and expansion test of the .45 ACP +P Hornady XTP 200 gr JHP using a diluted form of SIM-TEST Ballistic Testing Media. This format is comparable to ballistic gel, and includes four layers of denim. Video includes brief overview of the cartridge, recoil shots, and one shot test. Post-shot evaluation shows bullet path through the block, average diameter, and retained weight. Test gun was a Colt 1911 Government, 5" barrel.VERY IMPORTANT INFO REGARDING AMMO TESTS ON THIS CHANNEL: Please understand that these techniques are merely representations to indicate possible ballistics; they are not intended to replicate real-world street results. There are just too many factors involved in a self-defense scenario to offer a 100% degree of accuracy when compared to street results. It is essential to perform exhaustive research on your carry choice, which could yield actual use data. The law-abiding citizen bears ultimate responsibility for their ammunition choice and insuring reliability in their handgun.CAMERA: Sony HDR-CX560, 60p, 28 mbps, 1920 x 1080 HD. EDITING: Sony Vegas Movie Studio HD Platinum 11, MP4, 30p, 16 mbps.
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