Hornady Critical Defense Ammunition – A Stunning Breakthrough in Personal Defense Ammunition Design.

Hornady Critical Defense Ammunition – A Stunning Breakthrough in Personal Defense Ammunition Design.

Hornady Critical Defense Ammunition
Hornady Ammunition

Grand Island, NE –-(AmmoLand.com)- Concealed carry and personal defense ammunition is redefined with the introduction of Hornady Critical Defense ammunition. You may have never thought about the effects of fabric and clothing on the performance of personal defense ammo. But clothing especially heavy clothing has a lot to do with how the bullet expands upon impact.

Conventional hollow point bullets penetrate clothing and soft tissue fine, but their design allows fibers and fabric to clog the tip which diminishes expansion and causes unreliable bullet performance.

Hornady Critical Defense ammunition eliminates clogging with the use of their patented Flex Tip® bullet. Upon entering soft tissue, the tip swells and imparts equal pressure across the entire circumference of the bullet cavity. The result is unrivaled bullet expansion and performance every single time!

Purpose-built for Concealed/Carry Guns.

– Unaffected by thick and heavy clothing, including denim and leather.
– FTXbullet delivers superior controlled expansion and large, deep wound cavities over a wide range of velocities.
– Clean burning and stable propellants reduce recoil in lightweight handguns, and perform consistently in all temperatures.
– Minimal muzzle flash protects night vision.
– Feeds reliably in pistols.
– Shiny silver nickel plating prevents corrosion, and is easily visible in low light situations.
– Bullets are custom designed for individual loads.
– The most effective, consistent, and reliable self-defense ammunition available today!

Visit www.hornady.com for more information.

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