Barnes XPB Pistol Bullets

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Barnes XPB Pistol Bullets -
Enjoy superior expansion, weight retention, and penetration from your handgun round with Barnes XPB Pistol Bullets. Featuring all-copper construction and patented X-Bullet technology, XPB bullets give you better weight retention and penetration than conventional jacketed lead-core bullets for better energy transfer. These lead-free bullets sport a specially engineered nose cavity that doubles the bullet's diameter almost immediately after impact into six sharp-edged petals. A great choice for hunting or self defense, XPB bullets deliver exceptional accuracy thanks to the higher velocity, flatter trajectory, and less recoil you get from a lighter than lead bullet. Made in USA .
The XPB delivers X-Bullet rifle performance to handguns. And it penetrates better than jacketed lead-core pistol bullets. Per 20.
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Positive Reviews:


Loaded these for my .444 not only do they shoot well, I shot a 180lb 8 point, the bullet went through the shoulder and exited low on the other side. The blood trial was great and he didn't go 50 yards
Rob213 at Cabelas on 01/28/2014

OUTSTANDING bullets but do not shoot your budget

I ordered these bullets just to see what they looked liked. Tehy look like they would stop a train, but you may hold off shooting them up at their very high cost.
GOOD to have if you need them.
oldmandavid at Cabelas on 06/13/2011

Good deer bullet

Good bullet shoots flat and holds tight groups at 200 yards
Bigbore45 at Cabelas on 12/12/2012

Neutral Reviews:

For Non lead hungintg area

I got these bullet to shoot in my Marlin 444. I hunt hogs in an area that does not allow lead bullets. I have overall been pleased with the Barnes bullets. If I had a choice I would rather shoot lead bullets but I don't so the Barnes well have to do. I have taken several hogs with the Barnes in my 300WBY. Some hogs only went 8 feet and died others went 500 yards before they ex-spired. I am just not very impress with this non lead stuff. Just my 2 cents worth.
Adampappy at Cabelas on 01/11/2012