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BALLISTIC CHART

01 - .22 Magnum 40 gr. JHP (1209 FPS / 369 MPS)
02 - .32 ACP 60 gr. Silvertip JHP (936 FPS / 285 MPS)
03 - .380 ACP 95 gr. FMC (902 FPS / 275 MPS)
04 - .38 Special 125 gr. Nyclad SWHP (1009 FPS / 308 MPS)
05 - .38 Special +P 110 gr. JHP (1049 FPS / 320 MPS)
06 - .38 Special +P 140 gr. JHP (869 FPS / 265 MPS)
07 - 9mm 124 gr. FMC (1173 FPS / 358 MPS)
08 - 9mm 125 gr. JSP (1121 FPS / 342 MPS)
09 - 9mm 147 gr. Black Talon (1010 FPS / 308 MPS)
10 - 9mm 147 gr. Golden Saber (1083 FPS / 330 MPS)
11 - 9mm 147 gr. Hydra Shok (1011 FPS / 308 MPS)
12 - .357 Magnum 158 gr. JSP (1308 FPS / 399 MPS)
13 - .357 Magnum 110 gr. JHP (1292 FPS / 394 MPS)
14 - .357 Magnum 125 gr. JHP (1335 FPS / 407 MPS)
15 - .40 Caliber 180 gr. FMJTC (992 FPS / 302 MPS)
16 - .40 Caliber 170 gr. FMJTC (1095 FPS / 334 MPS)
17 - 10mm 155 gr. FMJTC (1024 FPS / 312 MPS)
18 - 10mm 170 gr. JHP (1137 FPS / 347 MPS)
19 - .41 Magnum 210 gr. LSWC (1141 FPS / 348 MPS)
20 - .44 Magnum 240 gr. LFP (1017 FPS / 310 MPS)
21 - .45 Long Colt 250 gr. LRN (778 FPS / 237 MPS)
22 - .45 ACP 230 gr. FMJ (826 FPS / 252 MPS)
23 - 12 ga. 00 Buck (9 pellet) (1063 FPS / 324 MPS)
24 - 9mm 124 gr. FMJ (1215 FPS / 370 MPS)
25 - 9mm 115 gr. Silvertip JHP (1252 FPS / 382 MPS)
26 - 9mm 124 gr. Starfire JHP (1174 FPS / 358 MPS)
27 - .357 Magnum 158 gr. JSP (1453 FPS / 443 MPS)
28 - .357 Magnum 145 gr. Silvertip JHP (1371 FPS / 418 MPS)
29 - .357 Magnum 125 gr. JHP (1428 FPS / 435 MPS)
30 - 10 mm 175 gr. Silvertip JHP (1246 FPS / 380 MPS)
31 - .41 Magnum 210 gr. JSP (1322 FPS / 403 MPS)
32 - .44 Magnum 240 gr. SJHP (1270 FPS / 387 MPS)
33 - 9mm 124 gr. FMJ (1440 FPS / 439 MPS)
34 - 9mm 115 gr. FMJ Israeli (1499 FPS / 457 MPS)
35 - 9mm 123 gr. FMJ Geco (1372 FPS / 418 MPS)
36 - 9mm 124 gr. FMJ Cavim (1259 FPS / 384 MPS)
37 - .44 Magnum 240 gr. LSWC (1448 FPS / 441 MPS)
38 - .44 Magnum 240 gr. HSP (1320 FPS / 402 MPS)
39 - 12 ga. 1 oz. Rifled Slug (1290 FPS / 393 MPS)
40 - 12 ga. 1 oz. Rifle Slug (1254 FPS / 382 MPS)
BULLET TYPES

FMC/J: Full Metal Case/ Full metal Jacket
FMJTC: Full Metal Jacket Truncated Cone
HSP: Hollow Soft Point
LRB: Lead Round Ball
LRN: Lead Round Nose
LSWC: Lead Semi-Wadcutter
JHP: Jacketed Hollow Point
JSP: Jacketed Soft Point
LFP: Lead Flat Point
SJHP: Semi-Jacketed Hollow Point
SWHP: Semi-Wadcutter Hollow Point

FIREARMS SAFETY RULES

1.
Handle all firearms as if they were loaded!

Never forget that a gun has the potential to produce serious injury or death in a single instant of carelessness.
Make safe gun handling a habit to be followed at all times.
After you determine that a gun is unloaded, continue to handle it as though it were loaded.  

2.
Always keep your firearm pointed in a safe direction!

In selecting a safe direction, you must also take into consideration that a bullet can ricochet or glance off any object it strikes, and that bullets can penetrate walls, ceilings, floors and windows. Remember that you should never point a gun (whether loaded or unloaded) at another person or at yourself.

3.
Keep your finger out of the gun's trigger guard and off the trigger until you have aligned the guns sights on a safe target and you have made the decision to fire! 

By keeping your finger completely outside the trigger guard until you are aimed at the target, you guarantee that any shots you fire will go safely in the direction of your intended target.  

4.
Always be certain that your target and the surrounding area are safe before firing!

Remember that a bullet can travel as much as several miles, so you should be certain of what your bullet could strike before you pull the trigger.
Never fire at a movement, a noise, a flash of color or a rustling bush without positively identifying your intended target. 

5.
Whenever you handle a firearm, the first thing you should do (while keeping it pointed in a safe direction with your finger outside the trigger guard) is to open the action to determine whether or not the firearm is loaded.

If you do not know the proper way to open the action of a particular firearm - do not handle it. Instead, consult the owner's manual, your local gun dealer or a more knowledgeable shooter.

6.
Thoroughly read the instruction manual supplied with your firearm! 

Never use any firearm unless you completely understand its operation and safety features. If you do not have an instruction manual, contact either the retail store where you purchased your gun or the manufacturer directly and request that one is furnished to you. 

7.
Before firing your weapon, you should routinely make sure that your firearm is in good working order and that the barrel is clear of dirt and obstructions!

Any obstruction that prevents the bullet from moving easily down the barrel can cause pressure to build up in the weapon. A small bit of mud, gun grease, excess lubricating oil or rust can cause pressure to build up to the point where the barrel bulges or bursts upon firing, resulting in a damaged gun and serious bodily injury to the shooter or those around him.  

8.
Only use ammunition recommended by the firearm manufacturer, and always be certain that the ammunition matches the caliber of your gun! 

Most modern firearms have their caliber designation stamped into the barrel (for example, "9x19" or ".45 Auto").
Your box of ammunition should bear the exact same designation. Just because a cartridge fits into your gun does not mean it is safe to fire. Firearms are designed, manufactured and tested to standards based on factory loaded ammunition.
Hand-loaded or reloaded ammunition deviating from factory specifications should not be used. Use only the correct ammunition for your firearm. Attempting to fire even a single improper bullet can destroy your gun and cause serious personal injury or death. 

9.
Quality ear and eye protection should always be worn when shooting or observing!

Exposure to the noise of gunfire can permanently damage your hearing if protection is not worn. Shooting glasses, preferably with side panels, help to guard against eye injuries from ejected cases and the splashback of peebles and fragments from the backstop.
Wearing eye protection when disassembling and cleaning your gun will also prevent eye injuries from loosened springs or other parts, as well as from aerosol solvents and cleaning agents. 

10.
Never use firearms while under the influence of drugs or alcohol!

Handling and using a firearm requires your full and continuous attention, alertness and unimpaired judgment. Avoid handling firearms while taking prescription medicines which can make you draw drowsy, slow your reflexes and impair your normal senses or judgement. 

11.
All firearms should be stored unloaded and secure in a safe storage case, inaccessible to children and untrained adults. 

12.
The transportation of firearms is regulated by laws. Always transport your firearm in a safe, unloaded condition and in accordance with applicable laws. 

Remember - no set of rules can cover all possible situations.
The safe and rational use of a firearm depends on the common sense and proper training of the user. Always follow safety rules and think before using any firearm.    
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