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Anyone use Hornady TAP in 45acp (200gr)?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by DogBonz, Nov 28, 2007.

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  1. DogBonz

    DogBonz Member

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    HI all. Dumb question of the day time. I was wondering if anyone has used the 200gr Hornady TAP in 45acp. I just got a few boxes off of a friend who traded his 45 for a 9mm (45 got too expensive to shoot on the regular). My USP seems to like it and it recoils pretty soft, but I am kind of wear of a standard pressure 200 gr round for SD.

    Any thoughts?

    Thanks,

    Fred
     
  2. def4pos8

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    I carry a Ruger 345. It's loaded with TAP 200s. They shoot/feel like my handloads but will be easier to explain to a jury.:evil:

    Other than the price, I truly like 'em. Fortunately, no after-action reports yet.:scrutiny:
     
  3. DogBonz

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    Ain't that the truth

    They do feel like they shoot soft to me and since I don't own a crono, I have to take Hornandy's word for it. My USP is usually stocked with either 230 hydra-shocks or Remmy 185+P HP's. These TAP's seem like a nice all around round, but I am a bit skeptical.
     
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