currently stocked in 9mm only,$44 for a box of 20.
when the liberals and anti-gun groups start crying about this and the Lehigh Defense Mankiller Bullets,they'll only have themselves and EPA to blame. If they hadn't stopped lead use,the bullet manufacturers wouldn't have had to start using other metals and since hardness of the other metals prohibits expansion comparable to lead,new bullet designs had to occur to induce that expansion.
It's advertised as a 96gr projectile at 1265fps. Using a 1 in 10" barrel twist, that produces a 91,080rpm spin rate at muzzle exit. That rotational force is what causes the projectiles' 'fingers' to spread and separate outward. I'd be interested in seeing the pattern at various distances. I know it's considered a defensive round, but at what distance are the split off and flinging 'fingers' outside of the target.
If you think 91,080 rpm spin rate is high, consider a 223 1 in 7" barrel twist shooting a 35 gr at 3900fps = 401,143 effective rpm spin rate at muzzle exit.
There are some of the ammo on gunbroker for $240+ right now for one 20 round box. Apparently this is the hardest ammo to get your hands on right now. I am scrambling to find a link for some in stock at the $44 price tag.