- Manufacturer Hornady
- Condition New
- Bullet Weight 135gr
- Projectile Type JHP
- Ammo Use Type Self Defense
- Casing Type Nickel-Plated Brass
- Quantity 25
- Caliber 9mm
- Pressure + P
- Manufacturer SKU 90226
- Primer Type Boxer
- Muzzle Velocity (ft. per sec) 1110
- Muzzle Energy (ft. pounds) 369
- Magnetic No
- UPC Barcode 090255902266
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I have found the Hornady 135 gr. +p 9mm ammo to be reliable for feeding...In penetration tests I have found it to not on ...
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I have found the Hornady 135 gr. +p 9mm ammo to be reliable for feeding...In penetration tests I have found it to not only penetrate deeper than most other hollow point ammo but consistently expanded past .50 calibre...This enhanced penetration allows me to use a 3" Kahr PM9 without fear of under penetrating...
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- When I purchase bullets for a glock 19 Gen 3 what bullets do I order Posted On: 8/10/2022 By: Tony
- Thanks for reaching out Tony! Glock says the G19 is chambered for 9x19mm, which is just the European name for 9mm (aka 9mm Luger). They're all the same cartridge. Your G19 can fire anything so long as it's 9mm. Now, when you see ammo called "9mm +P," that just means it's loaded to produce more chamber pressure and a resultant higher muzzle velocity. That's going to do more damage to the target. It's also going to accelerate wear and tear on your G19's moving parts and barrel. This isn't a problem as far as self-defense is concerned, but you wouldn't want to needlessly wear out your handgun by using 9mm for target practice.
To recap, your G19 can fire both 9mm and 9mm +P ammo. Without getting too in-depth, you want two types of ammo: full metal jacket (FMJ) ammo for target practice, and jacketed hollow point (JHP) ammo for self-defense. The FMJ is the cheaper type of bullet, but the JHP is designed to deliver the terminal expansion which more effectively neutralizes a human-size threat.
I'm going to make it easy for you and recommend two types of ammo by Federal of Minnesota: training ammo, and self-defense ammo. Both share identical muzzle velocities and bullet weights, so the recoil and ballistics you get training with the FMJ ammo will very closely match the performance you can expect should you ever need to defend yourself.
Please let me know if you have any other questions!