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  1. #11
    The newer federal "hst" has no post centered in its nose. The older made "hydra shok" is the ammo with the post in the hollow point . The newer model HST is a better expanding and penetrating round than fed's hydra shok with the post. They are (hst's) not always easy to find and run ya a good price. All i carry are either rangers or HST's in .45 230 grain. Hydra shok ,center posted ammo is legal in Fl. so are hst's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KimberPB View Post
    Yes he is. I went through the same thing with one of my ex's friends. To this day he thinks I had some illegal ammo piercing rounds in my .45. Oh well, you can't cure stupid.
    Never heard of these, not sure if they're legal or not.



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    wolfhunter Guest
    Festus, maybe your neighbor is getting the banned steel core bullets confused with the HST center post?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HootmonSccy View Post
    Festus..
    I'd try writing Jon H. Gutmacher at his website and see if you get a response..
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  6. #15
    Quote Originally Posted by festus View Post
    My neighbor (also a gun guy) was trying to tell me that the center pin in Federal HST ammo is considered a penetrator and may be illegal in Florida. I wrote a note to the Atty. General asking what ammo if any was banned/forbidden but have not received a response...Any input would be much appreciated!!!
    LOL, I know my share of "gun guys" who don't know much of what they're talking about. Even if I know that what they are telling me is inaccurate, sometimes you just can't change minds. I usually just end the debate with "Hmm, I'll have to check that out online". Sometimes I wish I could carry a mini-laptop to reference when I am away from home.
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    wolfhunter Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by utimmer43 View Post
    LOL, I know my share of "gun guys" who don't know much of what they're talking about. Even if I know that what they are telling me is inaccurate, sometimes you just can't change minds. I usually just end the debate with "Hmm, I'll have to check that out online". Sometimes I wish I could carry a mini-laptop to reference when I am away from home.
    There needs to be "an app for that".

    Decided to look after posting. There is an app for Android called Right2Bear

  8. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by glock stock n barrel View Post
    The newer federal "hst" has no post centered in its nose. The older made "hydra shok" is the ammo with the post in the hollow point . The newer model HST is a better expanding and penetrating round than fed's hydra shok with the post. They are (hst's) not always easy to find and run ya a good price. All i carry are either rangers or HST's in .45 230 grain. Hydra shok ,center posted ammo is legal in Fl. so are hst's.
    100% correct. Hydra-shoks have been around over 12 years and legal everywhere. Your friend is WRONG.
    A citizen who shirks his duty to contribute to the security of his community is little better than the criminal who threatens it.

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