Most manufacturers of personal-protection bullets seek controlled expansion and high weight retention. Not Lehigh Defense; instead, with its aptly named “Controlled Fracturing” (CF) projectiles, the Quakertown, Pa., company prefers preprogrammed separation. Its philosophy is sound, though; multiple, large segments of metal being dispersed increases the likelihood that critical bodily structures and organs are impacted by a single shot. During penetration, hydraulic action shears the CF bullet’s three petals, which rapidly radiate outward while the base offers deep, straight-line penetration. It’s an unconventional but effective design.
Latest Loads: Lehigh Defense 9 mm Luger
It’s been several years since the venerable Browning Hi Power was imported by its original European manufacturer. Now the classic is being made by Springfield Armory right here in the United States—
at a surprisingly reasonable price.
Winnerwell, in partnership with Dwell Outdoors LLC for U.S. distribution, has upgraded its line of stainless steel tent stoves to include a design that is lightweight with increased durability provided by the company’s use of titanium.