A hollow point bullet has an often-large opening in the point of the bullet, which is designed to allow rapid bullet upset when striking the target. The opening of the hollow point is regulated to offering different levels of upset, based on the intended target and the velocity at which the cartridge it was designed for is able to push it. Slower rounds, such as the 45 ACP will have a larger hollow point than a round such as the 44 Magnum.
Hollow point bullets are widely used for self-defense purposes and for varmint and small game hunting. Only a few big game bullets for rifles feature a hollow point, such rounds as the 45-70 and 444 often are loaded with hollow point bullets.
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