The Nada Peplum Jacketed Soft Point, designed at the Dum-Dum Arsenal near Calcutta, boasts a lead nose that expands quite well in flesh.
What does JSP stand for?
JSP stands for Jacketed Soft Point (bullet)
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We have 96 other meanings of JSP in our Acronym Attic
- Japanese Society of Toxicology (formerly Japanese Society of Toxicological Science)
- Journal for the Study of the Old Testament
- Joint Special Operations Task Force
- Joint Special Operations Task Force Commander
- Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Supplement
- Jain Samaj of USA
- Joint Special Operations University
- Joint Standoff Weapon
- Junior Sailor of the Year
- Jack Straw Productions (Seattle, WA)
- Jackson Structured Programming (COBOL programming method)
- Jamboree Shoulder Patch (BSA)
- Japan Socialist Party
- Japan Studies Program
- Japan-Singapore Petrochemicals
- Japanese Smile Party
- Japanese Society of Parasitology (est. 1929)
- Japanese Society of Pathology (est. 1911)
- Japanese Society of Periodontology
- Japanese Society of Phycology (est. 1952)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Their usual more powerful ammunition, 9mm jacketed soft point bullets, would pass through the other side, he said.
25-20 LOADS WINCHESTER MODEL '92, 24-INCH BARREL HORNADY 60-GRAIN JACKETED SOFT POINT Load MV 3 Shots/50 Yard 7.
This was achieved with Federal's 158-grain jacketed soft points.
Are the standard jacketed soft point and hollow point pistol bullets going to hang together when they hit a deer at 35 percent higher velocity than they were designed for, or will they go to pieces?
When the cartridge was introduced, it was loaded to two power levels-with a 210-grain lead semi-wadcutter loaded to about 950 feet per second (fps) from a four-inch barrel for law enforcement use, and with a 210-grain jacketed soft point at about 1,300 fps for handgun hunting or police work when extreme power and penetration were wanted.
If all goes well, the result is a fused, two-part bullet which will perform upon impact very much like a regular jacketed soft point, at least up to velocities around 2,400 fps.