Hollow point rounds (JHP) have hollow tips and are designed to expand on contact. 'Field' tip cartridges are not hollowed out at the tip, and achieve their expansion through the use of soft, and often unjacketed, material at their tips.
Yes, Hollow point bullets are legal in Nevada. However, amour piercing bullets for pistols are not. Also, if you have tracer bullets (pistol or rifle), you cannot fire them on the open range due to fire danger.
Yes, like other auto-loading firearms the Glock will feed and fire hollowpoint bullets.
Hollow point bullets literally have a hollow point, and ball ammo does not.
Bullets were invented in prehistoric times. Originally bullets were not made for use with firearms as they were invented before firearms were.
No, they are not.
Yes, you can find a wide variety of readily available 9mm hollow point bullets and ammunition.
Hollow Tip is not dead. He is alive residing in North Highlands, CA.
Most are not. Some may have hollow parts, but most are filled with lead.
Instead of a pointed tip, the tip of the bullet is a somewhat cone shaped hollow.
Some bullets are coated with Teflon to protect the barrel from excessive wear and fouling. Other coatings for bullets include molybdenum disulfide, wax, and other proprietary films. Some bullets have a plastic tip or plugs and are generically called "poly-tips" and people sometimes mistake this for Teflon. The plugs initiate rapid expansion by acting like a piston which gets driven into a hollow cavity in the bullet. Such poly tipped bullets are commonly used for hunting small or thin skinned animals. One popular type of poly tipped bullet is the Nosler Ballistic Tip.
No, they are not.
I used hollow point bullets for years, I was in Law Enforcemet in the Air Force, no one ever told me they were illegal
No special law ref: hollow points.