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Old 03-14-2013, 18:25   #26
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You are a Cor-Bon fanatic yes? Cor-Bon is down here ___ and Underwood up here ----. It's like Apples to Oranges in performance. I have been sending Chopinbloc Cor-Bon for gel testing and have yet to see anything that moves me.

Enjoy some recent tear-down info:

http://10mm-firearms.com/factory-10m...bon-135gr-pow/

Well none have met spec yet. Two 135 types and different specs. Just nothing justifies the cost IMO.
Are you trying to say that CorBon is +p and that UW is +p+? I already know that.
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Old 03-15-2013, 18:02   #27
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So I got to thinking,,, why would just the Underwood give me trouble with feeding if lubricity of the slide was an issue? I shot 5 clips of the regular stuff before without issue and another clip of the regular stuff after the UW clip and did not have a problem. The only time my experienced troubles with feeding the round was when it was loaded with UW.
Please, they are magazines not clips. I have found with my G29 that I had to match the recoil sping to the Underwood. My first suggestion would be to slow the slide down and stronger magazine springs.

I have never had any real problems with 1,000's of rounds of Underwood in just about every caliber. I carry a G32 and there was something about that gun blowing up that makes me a little suspicious, but I cannot put my finger on it. Like if it happened to me, I would be on my cell phone to Kevin 10mins later. It could have been a bad round, bad barrel, firing a little out of battery. I had a G33 KKM barrel and the bottom lug sheared off.
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Old 03-16-2013, 13:51   #28
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Please, they are magazines not clips. I have found with my G29 that I had to match the recoil sping to the Underwood. My first suggestion would be to slow the slide down and stronger magazine springs.

I have never had any real problems with 1,000's of rounds of Underwood in just about every caliber. I carry a G32 and there was something about that gun blowing up that makes me a little suspicious, but I cannot put my finger on it. Like if it happened to me, I would be on my cell phone to Kevin 10mins later. It could have been a bad round, bad barrel, firing a little out of battery. I had a G33 KKM barrel and the bottom lug sheared off.
Magazines, bullets, cartridges, clips. It takes some real learning to get these terms right.
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Old 03-16-2013, 14:08   #29
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I just ran about 150 rounds of 230 gr with no problem.
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Old 03-16-2013, 14:12   #30
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I have some UW and only wish I had more. I failed to order before ammo dried up.
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I have had no problems with Kevin's ammo in any of my Glock's. No problem with BB or DT either. All stock.
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Old 03-18-2013, 18:00   #32
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I have some UW and only wish I had more. I failed to order before ammo dried up.
So even UW is all sold out? Bummer.
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Old 03-18-2013, 21:21   #33
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So even UW is all sold out? Bummer.
Best way I have found to obtain Underwood's stuff is to 'like' their Face Book page.
They will post there when they have certain calibers and weights in stock. But you have to act fast-the other day I was on FB when they posted that they had some 9mm in stock. I ordered a couple of boxes right then and there. They were sold out in about 20 minutes?
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Best way I have found to obtain Underwood's stuff is to 'like' their Face Book page.
They will post there when they have certain calibers and weights in stock. But you have to act fast-the other day I was on FB when they posted that they had some 9mm in stock. I ordered a couple of boxes right then and there. They were sold out in about 20 minutes?
BHO and Hillary have all of the gun and ammo buyers running scared for sure.
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BHO and Hillary have all of the gun and ammo buyers running scared for sure.
No doubt. But by keeping an eye on his 'page' I have obtained a thousand? rounds of 9mm, 357 sig, 40, 10mm, and 45 ACP ammo the past few months.
So, I'm happier than a pig in scheisse-Underwood has done very well in all my handguns.
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Old 03-21-2013, 12:55   #36
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No doubt. But by keeping an eye on his 'page' I have obtained a thousand? rounds of 9mm, 357 sig, 40, 10mm, and 45 ACP ammo the past few months.
So, I'm happier than a pig in scheisse-Underwood has done very well in all my handguns.
Good for you, sir!!
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