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Old 12-26-2012, 18:42   #18
UnitBob
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Originally Posted by _The_Shadow View Post
Seing how most 80 grain bullets were designed for the .380, they will likely fragment explosively it they are of the HP design.
No doubt lead ones would, but the 80gr. bullet I was referring to was the copper TAC-XP. The petals will certainly sheer off a 9x25 speeds, but I think the copper base will remain intact.

Here's that .380 80gr. at 1,545 fps. http://www.shootingillustrated.com/i...-grain-tac-xp/ It still retained 75% of its mass.
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