The new 30 Super Carry load now includes an HST Personal Defense selection

Federal Ammunition now offers a 100-grain HST Personal Defense Jacketed Hollow Point (JHP) load for the 30 Super Carry. The new 30 Super Carry cartridge bridges the largest performance gap in handgun self-defense ammunition. Check with your local ammo store for availability.

Penetration is King for the new HST Personal Defense 30 Super Carry

Penetrating performance and magazine capacity are major considerations when choosing a firearm platform for self-defense. Traditionally, users have had to choose between a smaller platform with reduced bullet performance or a larger platform to carry more rounds. This meant carrying a larger overall firearm. The 30 Super Carry has better terminal performance than a 380. Additionally it has as much muzzle energy as a 9mm, all with a .312-inch projectile. Users will see performance similar to 9mm Luger with slightly less recoil and additional magazine capacity.

Federal is Excited about the 30 Super Carry’s Potential

“We are excited to add this new HST Personal Defense handgun load to our overall lineup. A big advantage of the 30 Super Carry is that users get more performance from this offering without having to step up to a larger firearm,” said Jesse Whiteside, Federal’s Senior Director of Product Management. “The 30 Super Carry can hold 12 to 13 rounds in a magazine similar to the size of a 10-round 9mm Luger. Combine these performance features with Federals’ proven HST bullet, and this creates an excellent self-defense option.”

The Federal HST bullet design is matched with the 30 Super Carry for maximum performance. The specially engineered hollow point is designed for deep penetration and larger expansion. To fight against corrosion, the 30 Super Carry uses a nickel-plated case. Lastly, this makes the HST Super Carry an ideal choice for personal defense scenarios. For more information you can visit FederalPremium.Com

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