I was waiting for somebody to say that. NO, Hollow Point ammo is NOT banned in NJ! Sometimes I think the worst gun laws in NJ are the ones people think exist but dont. They are only illegal if you have thm during the comission of a crime. YOu can buy HP ammo in any gun shop in NJ. There is nothing wrong with having it. Neve understood why so many people, including NJ people think otherwise...I see you live in NJ.......hollow point ammo is banned in the Nazi Republic Of Jersey.
I see you live in NJ.......hollow point ammo is banned in the Nazi Republic Of Jersey.
Well, if you can tell me where I can find range FMJ ammo for less than $15 a box that isn't steel cased or re manufactured let me know. I'm looking for it....Legal issues aside, why are you buying HP for range use? That stuff is 50% more than standard ball ammo. The paper doesn't care!
Walmart doesn't carry ammo in NJ, he'd have to go to Pa or upstate NY or Deleware to get it. Check cabelas, midwayusa, aimsurplus for WWB or for Remington ammo. You might have to send in a copy of your DL as well as your FID card to them, but only the first time. By the way Dick's has it for 15 or so but it goes on sale for cheaper.Walmart has the FMJ Federal 100 packs for $26ish...
Decent enough stuff - much better than the wolf or tulla crap.
Depends on the brand and the bullet in question. "Some" bonded rounds were designed specifically to expand and keep maximum weight. Barns had some IIRC.... and Bates - I would argue that bonding the jacket has nothing to do with expansion. It seems to me that would be more a function of the lead core alloy and speed.
That bonded Ranger is good stuff Maynard. Can be used for self defense as well as range at that price. I'll wish I had more stashed back when it runs out. :crying: Works excellent on steel plates.Well, if you can tell me where I can find range FMJ ammo for less than $15 a box that isn't steel cased or re manufactured let me know. I'm looking for it....
I heard this my whole life including from police officers I know so I am very confused on this right now. I must do search and find out what's what because I never heard anyone tell me hollow points where legal in NJ. I wish you would relax:dunno: