7,45grams Homogenous solid Hollowpoint with internal grooves
and the hs and front of bullet:
What is listed muzzle velocity from a pistol?
It’s the HS load from Sellier & Bellot, however thought that these rounds where discontinued from lack of interest/orders, since they don’t appear anymore in the last catalogue of the manufacturer (Link: http://www.sellier-bellot.cz/repository/catalogue/index.html), weren’t they?
So, it may be old discounted rounds sold for training of the French police - which already use the Speer Gold Dot G2 124gr +P JHP duty ammo for several years.
It’s the HS bullet of Sellier & Bellot, thought they were no more produced as they don’t appear anymore in the last catalogue of the manufacturer (link: http://www.sellier-bellot.cz/repository/catalogue/index.html), probably because of lack of interest/orders since there are very similar products available from different manufacturers for years now.
So, it may be old discounted rounds sold to the French police for training - They already uses the Speer Gold Dot G2 124gr +P JHP duty ammo for a few years.
*By the way, there is no “Police Fédérale” in France, maybe in Belgium or Switzerland, as France is not a Federal country.
Is this the same bullet shown on the 9mm ammunition page of the Sellier & Bellot Law Enforcement & Military Ammunition, 2012 Brochure? Sellier & Bellot Law Enforcement & Military Ammunition, 2012 Brochure
9mm page shown below, sectioned diagram of hollow point lead free training bullet (TB) on the right (blue arrow)
No, this is Training Bullet (TB) 6,5g; the other is 7,45g HS (Homogenous Service) bullet.
Here is a link (in Czech), but you will see the difference of the two types from the picture:
Thanks for the link.