Federal Premium Adds Subcompact Load to Personal Defense HST Line

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posted on January 3, 2017
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Subcompact handguns are an ideal choice for concealed carry, but ammo choice is equally as important. With the addition of .38 Spl. +P to its Personal Defense HST line, Federal Premium has created Personal Defense HST Micro, with bullet weights and propellants optimized for efficiency and accuracy in subcompact handguns. The 130-gr. 38 Spl. +P load features a deeply seated bullet that eliminates excess air space in the case for the most consistent velocities. 

Features
-New 38 Spl. +P load for micro-size concealed-carry revolvers
-Deep bullet seating eliminates inconsistent powder burn rates
-Law enforcement proven HST bullet design
-Expanded diameter and weight retention produce the desired penetration for personal defense situations, without over-penetrating
-Clean-burning, low-flash propellants

For more information visit federalpremium.com

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