Federal Introduces HST 10mm Auto Load

Federal Introduces HST 10mm Auto Load
Federal Introduces HST 10mm Auto Load

ANOKA, Minnesota-(Ammoland.com)- Federal has combined the ultimate self-defense bullet and cartridge in its new Federal Premium 10mm Auto HST load. Shipments have been delivered to dealers.

Full-power loading makes the most of the HST bullet design, providing large, consistent expansion, optimum penetration and superior terminal performance. Its specially designed hollow point won’t plug while passing through a variety of barriers, and the bullet jacket and core hold together to provide nearly 100 percent weight retention through even the toughest materials.

Features & Benefits

  • 1130 fps muzzle velocity
  • Specially designed 200-grain hollow point expands reliably through a variety of barriers
  • Expanded diameter and weight retention produce the desired penetration for self-defense situations without over penetrating
  • Superior performance in FBI test protocol used by law enforcement officials to assess and select duty ammunition
  • Bullet nose profile, nickel-plated case and Federal’s unique primer provide the ultimate in function and reliability in semi-automatic handguns

Part No. / Description / MSRP

P10HST1S / 10mm Auto 200-grain HST 1130 fps 20-count / $34.95

For more information on Federal ammunition, visit www.federalpremium.com.


About Federal PremiumFederal Premium

Federal Premium is a brand of Vista Outdoor Inc., an outdoor sports and recreation company. For more information on Federal Premium, go to www.federalpremium.com.

About Vista Outdoor

Vista Outdoor is a leading global designer, manufacturer and marketer of consumer products in the growing outdoor sports and recreation markets. The company operates in two segments, Shooting Sports and Outdoor Products, and has a portfolio of well-recognized brands that provides consumers with a wide range of performance-driven, high-quality and innovative products for individual outdoor recreational pursuits. Vista Outdoor products are sold at leading retailers and distributors across North America and worldwide. Vista Outdoor is headquartered in Utah and has manufacturing operations and facilities in 13 U.S. States, Canada, Mexico and Puerto Rico along with international customer service, sales and sourcing operations in Asia, Australia, Canada, and Europe. For news and information, visit www.vistaoutdoor.com or follow us on Twitter @VistaOutdoorInc and Facebook at www.facebook.com/vistaoutdoor.

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John
John
2 years ago

That is not a full power 10mm loading. Full power 200 gr 10mm should be around 1300 fps. They left a lot on the table, most likely due to using the same projectile as the .40 S&W loadings.

Scotty Gunn
Scotty Gunn
2 years ago

So close to being what I wanted. Dang. I like the 175 silvertips, loaded to full house. Amazingly flat shooting and accurate as all get out (I usually am crowding 1500 f/s with my loads).

Mr Bill
Mr Bill
2 years ago

Whimp load, Not full power

Deplorable Bill
Deplorable Bill
2 years ago

Try looking into 45 Super. Cases come from Star Line. 185g @ 1278 f p s and 200g @ 1189 f p s.– this is from a commander barrel! The only gun mod to use this caliber is recoil and firing pin springs. This is a 44mag. medium load equal. Good for deer and varmints (urban varmints) If you own a single stack w/8 rounds or a double stack w/14 rounds, it is worth having 44 mag. medium load power! Lighter constructed bullets will expand to an inch in gelatin and 1 1/8″ in water. I have yet to have… Read more »

Roy D.
Roy D.
2 years ago

My top energy load for my 1911 45ACP with a ramped Clark barrel is a 185gr JHP with a muzzle velocity of 1495 fps. That is 918 ftlbs of energy. Twenty six pound recoil spring, buffer, and square bottom firing pin retainer are the only things non-stock about the gun. I use R-P cases and a proprietary powder. It has been a long time since I have shot those rounds as heavy recoil is putting it mildly and I am sure it is hard on the gun as well. Most people running that strong a load also use a comp.… Read more »

Parker
Parker
2 years ago

They killed it before it even released with that MSRP

GNewman
GNewman
2 years ago
Reply to  Parker

Looks about right on going price for 10mm

Hogpowr
Hogpowr
2 years ago

200 grains traveling 1130 FPS, is moving pretty fast for a fat boy. I’d like to see the energy.

Roy D.
Roy D.
2 years ago
Reply to  Hogpowr

You can figure ft/lb energy of any load thusly: Velocity squared (1130X1130=1276900) times bullet weight divided by 100 (200/100=2) 1276900X2=2553800 then divide by constant 4500. 2553800/4500=567.5 ft/lb energy at the muzzle.

Leonard M
Leonard M
2 years ago
Reply to  Roy D.

Just square the velocity Times bullett weight and divide by 450,400. = fpe

Nottinghill
Nottinghill
2 years ago

A .40 S&W load in a 10mm case?

Taj
Taj
2 years ago
Reply to  Nottinghill

A 200 grain .40 S&W will never make 1130 fps without some potential catastrophic results.

GNewman
GNewman
2 years ago
Reply to  Nottinghill

The 40 S&W was made because most people cannot stand the recoil of 10mm, I love mine.

Wild Bill
Wild Bill
2 years ago
Reply to  GNewman

@GNewmen, You mean that the 40 S&W was created because the people at the Fat Boy Institute could not stand the recoil of the 10MM

ras
ras
2 years ago
Reply to  Wild Bill

Fat Boy Institute = recoil sissies