Ammunition Depot sells top-quality self-defense ammunition; the expert advice to make it work is free.
When it comes to armed self-defense, your goal isn’t to wound, kill or warn your attacker; your goal is to stop the attack as quickly and effectively as possible. Ammunition Depot has gathered a team of ballistic experts to create not only the ammunition you need, but the knowledge to make it work. So what handgun ammunition delivers the terminal performance you need?
It’s going to depend on what gun you’re using and your purpose for that gun. Someone going to war has different needs than someone carrying for self-defense. But that said, the most popular calibers of bullets are popular for a reason. For handguns, you can’t go wrong with a 9mm, a .40 or a .45 caliber. Based on ballistic tests, all these rounds are capable of doing more than enough damage to suit your needs. Similarly, for rifles, the .223/5.56 rounds, .308, 7.62 x 39mm and even .300 Blackout are all equally damage-inducing depending on application.
Despite what gun legislation opponents will tell you, no bullet is “designed for the battlefield” and inherently more dangerous than others. Almost every caliber round has been used somewhere in a theater of war. While there are some obscure rounds that were never used in battle, there’s honestly no round that is somehow safer than another because the military isn’t currently using it.
This brings up another point worth mentioning: Hollow points and full metal jacket rounds are inherently no different from each other at their most basic level. They are both projectiles designed to be fired from a gun and can both kill. In fact, for those that think hollow points are somehow more deadly, the U.S. military doesn’t use hollow point ammunition in infantry units. It uses FMJ. Again, that doesn’t mean they are more deadly. It just means that a bullet is a bullet.
The reality of the situation is that for modern uses, there is no one round that does more damage in all situations for all shooters. They all do fantastic jobs depending on why you’re buying them. Like everything else, it’s situationally driven. The good news is that the situation at Ammunition Depot is excellent! Their experts–as in real, live people–are on staff to help you cut your way to the simple solution that works for you with ammo that’s in stock and ready to ship. Right now, they’re offering a $10 off coupon that’s good through February 23, 2022–Just click here to enter discount code SJR0M1EF in the cart!
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