soft point


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soft point

[′sȯft ′pȯint]
(ordnance)
A bullet with a soft point, intended to spread upon striking a target with some resistance, such as the flesh of game; not permitted in combat operations.
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Depending on chambering, the HTP line offers jacketed hollowpoints, semi-jacketed hollowpoints, soft points and lead hollowpoints.
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The ammunition included illegal soft point bullets, which spread on impact to cause maximum injury.
Handles were formed from a wide coil, which was left thick on one end to attach the maraca, while the other end tapered to a soft point.
One of those plans, dubbed Alternative 2, creates a triangulated pedestrian area stretching from the edges of the front of the Coliseum to encompass at its soft point the statue of Columbus.
Federal's 200-grain soft point in our Power-Shok line is rated at 2,700 feet per second (fps), while a .
The load I selected for evaluation was Wolf Performance Ammunition 125-grain soft point in 7.
The only way to overcome that problem is to consider the soft point bullet that impacts at such low velocity as to perform no better than a solid and rather aim at central nervous system than cardiovascular target points.
Perfect functioning only came when I coupled 6 grains of Unique with Hornady's 86-grain jacketed soft point bullets.
He added that US aircraft carriers was once considered as a relying point and an advantage for the US C*but now they are considered as a soft point and a threat to the US military, since the carriers and all the troops and military tools, weapons and planes aboard them are an easy target for Iranian missiles.
30 Luger ammunition in both a 93-grain FMJ and a 93-grain Soft Point.
Both use Total Fragmenting Soft Point (TFSP) and Epoxy Hollow Point (ExpHP) bullets.