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9mm Ranger T Data: 147-gr. versus 127-gr. +P+

FYI - Here's some objective data:

After firing thousands of rounds into testing media, Winchester's latest Ranger LE Catalog shows the following data on 9mm Ranger T's in 147-gr. and 127-gr. +P+ (page 19):

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Gelatin
147-gr. = 13.9 / .65
127-gr. = 12.3 / .64

4-Ply Denim
147-gr. = 14.5 / .66
127-gr. = 12.5 / .68

Heavy Cloth
147-gr. = 14.0 / .66
127-gr. = 12.2 / .68

Wallboard
147-gr. = 15.0 / .67
127-gr. = 12.1 / .66

Plywood
147-gr. = 14.8 / .62
127-gr. = 12.0 / .68

Auto Glass
147-gr = 10.8 / .52
127-gr. = 9.4 / .48

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Call (800) 356-2666 and ask for extention 2897 or 3345 for more similar data with similar outcomes. Both rounds are outstanding, but the +P+ gets people's attention more so than the standard 147-grainer.

Just because a round is a little louder and recoils more, doesn't make it more effective in stopping the BG.

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