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Hornady Handgun Bullets .30 Mauser .308" 86 gr XTPRN 100/ct zoom
  • Hornady Handgun Bullets .30 Mauser .308" 86 gr RNXTP 100/ct
  • Hornady Handgun Bullets .30 Mauser .308" 86 gr RNXTP 100/ct
  • Hornady Handgun Bullets .30 Mauser .308" 86 gr RNXTP 100/ct
  • Hornady Handgun Bullets .30 Mauser .308" 86 gr RNXTP 100/ct

Hornady Handgun Bullets .30 Mauser .308" 86 gr XTPRN 100/ct

Product Number: HO3100

Our Price: $17.99

Availability: In stock

  • Buy 10 for $16.89 each and save 7%

Manufacturer

Hornady

Bullet Type

XTPRN

Caliber

.30 Mauser

Diameter

.308"

Grain

86 gr

Rounds

100

Details & Specs

The Hornady name is synonymous with quality, evident in Hornady XTP Handgun Bullets. These hollow point bullets are designed not only for big game hunters but also law enforcement officials and self-protection. The bullets featured controlled expansion that includes six serrations dividing the bullet into six distinct and symmetrical sections.

Each section weakens the jacket, which in turn provides more controlled expansion at low velocities. This also ensures that at high velocities, fragmentation does not occur. In addition, this is one bullet without stopping power. Other features include the drawn copper jacket and swaged core for uniform expansion.

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Looking to reload for my 30 cal Luger pistol. Looking at this load, due to the similarities of the fm just 93 grain Luger load. No one makes the 93 grain. Hornsby has. 90 grain 309 diameter, but hollow points may jam. Just trying to get some input! Than

Asked by: Eddie123
Eddie, I would try a few of the 90 grain and see how they function. If you know someone who reloads for .30 luger, he may have some he would give (or sell) you to try. I think it would be worth checking a mag full for the chance these great bullets would feed correctly. I have used them in 7.62x25 Tok (same as .30 luger only longer) in my CZ-52 pistol and they work great. That pistol was designed for FMJ round nose too. If Natchez has tried these in more than one parabellum pistol they should give a bit more info with their answer.
Answered by: Coalbed
Date published: 2016-04-18
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