The Winchester Bonded PDX1 is engineered to maximize terminal ballistics as defined by the demanding FBI test protocol, which simulates real-world threats - now available in a full line of popular handgun calibers.
1 - Proprietary bonding process
Welds lead and jacket together to work as a unit controlling expansion and providing superior retained weight.
2 - Upon impact
Bonding process ensures the lead permanently adheres to the jacket for maximum stopping power.
3 - Hollow point
Works with the bonding process for outstanding performance through tough barriers.
4 - Upon impact
Hollow point expands to 1.5 times the size of the original bullet diameter—maximizing the threat stopping power.
5 - Copper alloy jacket
Contoured for maximum upset over a wide range of velocity/ranges.
6 - Jacket notching
Six segments help promote positive, consistent and programmed expansion at a variety of impact velocities.
7 - Upon impact
Notching has insured six concentric segments maximizing expanded diameter.
8 - Nickel plated shellcase
Helps ensure positive gun function through smooth chambering and shellcase ejection.
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