Hornady Handgun Hunter 9mm Luger +P 115-Grain MonoFlex 25Rounds
Hornady Handgun Hunter 9mm Luger +P 115 Grain Features
Hornady Handgun Hunter ammunition is built around a bullet as rough and rugged as the conditions and game demand. The MonoFlex handgun projectile is manufactured with a tough copper alloy that achieves deep penetration and 95% weight retention. Bullet expansion across a range of velocities is aided with an elastomer material added to the bullet’s open cavity. Upon impact, the elastomer compresses, then pushes out and causes the bullet to expand faster than a standard hollow point design.
MONO FLEX BULLET TECHNOLOGY
The tough copper alloy in the MonoFlex® bullet allows for deep penetration while retaining 95% of its weight for maximum impact.
An elastomer material in the bullet’s open cavity compresses upon impact and then pushes out, causing rapid expansion.
Premium cases, primers, and propellants combine with the MonoFlex® bullet to create a cartridge that delivers superior performance in the field.
Hornady Handgun Hunter 9mm Luger +P 115 Grain Specifications:
Category: Center fire Handgun Rounds
Caliber: 9mm Luger +P
Model: Handgun Hunter
Bullet Weight: 115 gr
Rounds Per Box: 25
Application: Varmint / Personal Defense
Bullet Type: MonoFlex
CONDITION New in Box
MANUFACTURER PART NUMBER 90281
MODEL Handgun Hunter
TYPE Handgun Ammo
UPC 090255902815. Hornady Handgun Hunter 9mm Luger +P 115-Grain MonoFlex 25Rounds
Winchester come in WSP, WLP, WSR, and WLR flavors – small pistol, large pistol, small rifle and large rifle. They use the same primer for standard and magnum loads, which in essence means they are all magnum primers, and they act that way on a chronograph, with larger standard deviation in velocity than I get with a standard primer from CCI.
My preference in primers for standard loads is CCI, and generally speaking in a good load I can get standard deviations in velocity in the high single digits or low teens, where the same load may have and SD of 25-30 with a Winchester primer.
I’ve had good luck using CCI primers. From what I understand CCI bench rest primers are usually easier to ignite than their regular, magnum and military style primers. And the military and magnum primers need a harder strike to ignite.
I had my best groups at 100 yards using CCI BR primers in my AR-15 in 5.56. However, I don’t recommend using them in an AR because they would be the ones most likely to slam fire.
Never had a misfire or slam fire with either the CCI #41 or BR in the AR. Remington Small Rifle Bench Primers #7-1/2 Box of 1000.