SPEER 10MM(.400)165g GDHP BULLET GoldDot-HP 100/bx

SPEER 10MM(.400)165g GDHP BULLET GoldDot-HP 100/bx
Item #:SP4397
$0.35 per piece
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Product Information

We created the first bonded-core handgun bullet. Using our proven Uni-Cor® technology, we bond the copper jacket to the lead core one molecule at a time. We've virtually wiped out the cause of most bullet failures — core-jacket separation. In the process, we've assured high retained weights and excellent penetration. Most bullet makers add the hollow point cavity at the very last operation. This is not very smart if you want premium performance. We, however, form the cavity in two distinct steps. The first cavity operation establishes the limit of maximum expansion--a bullet isn't very effective if it rolls back so far that it falls apart--and precuts both the jacket and the core for symmetrical expansion. The final cavity operation establishes the rate of expansion. The flexibility of this two-step proces lets us tune each bullet to its intended velocity range. Bullets for low-velocity cartridges have a deep cavity; those for high-velocity have a shallow cavity. We put a lot into Gold Dot. Accuracy. Penetration. Incredible terminal performance.

This is not loaded ammunition.


WARNING: This product can expose you to Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

Read 2 Reviews - Average Rating: 5 stars

For personal defense, gimme a Gold Dot

By David F. on Jul 08, 2019
I load 9s, 40s and 45s with Gold Dots over Alliant BE-86. Gives very good velocities and outstanding round to round consistency. Speer no longer offers ammo with my all time favorite, the 155gr 40, but they still sell the bullets. I have no experience whatsoever with GD terminal ballistics, but I've read enough to give me cause to have 'em handy just in case...

Gold dot

By Tracy R. on Mar 28, 2019
It's a gold dot what more can be said
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