Barnes Bullets TAC-XPD Personal Defense Ammo

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posted on January 16, 2013
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Barnes Bullets, widely known for its premium hunting ammunition, has broadened its reach with the new TAC-XPD personal-defense ammuntion, designed to deliver top performance in life-threatening situations. The TAC-XP bullet is designed for law enforcement and personal defense, and retains nearly 100 percent of its original weight and track straight. Barnes TAC-XPD Defense Ammunition will be available early 2013 in the following calibers:

• .380 Auto 80 grain
• 9 mm Luger 115 grain TAC-XP +P
• .40 S&W 140 grain TAC-XP
• .45 Auto 185 grain TAC-XP +P

Barnes Bullets has also introduced new calibers in its popular VOR-TX hunting line: .22-250; .260 Rem.; .280 Rem.; and .300 Wby.

Visit www.barnesbullets.com for more information.

 

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