Shane - Thanks. Guess I'll stick with the Golden Saber. Seems to be holding up in the street statistics pretty well. The only complaints I ever heard were jacket separation, and once American Rifleman called it "sluggish", meaning that they had found some with low velocity. This was back about maybe 1996 or so. G
I'm a big fan of the Remington bullet config. The bullet is jacketed around the front nose area which provides a solid, smooth face on the feed ramp.
185 gr. JHP, I load this +P 10 gr. of HS6 which rates at 1162 fps in a 5" bbl. I find that the jacket separates from the lead IN the target. Jacket forms a "star" like the evil "black talon." (most JPH work this way)