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Old 04-24-2013, 22:49   #26
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Sure there is. Like +P+, there is no SAAMI standard, but that has not kept the marketing folks from offering 40 S&W +P:

https://www.buffalobore.com/index.ph...duct_list&c=25
STAY A-WAY from that stuff in a Glock (imho)

the 155 in my g35 = mui caliente!!!

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Old 04-25-2013, 06:34   #27
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STAY A-WAY from that stuff in a Glock (imho) The 155 in my g35 = mui caliente!!!
That's what I was thinking. It sounds, 'vicious'.

(By the way: It's, 'Muy caliente'.)
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Old 04-25-2013, 06:35   #28
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Shooting Underwood Ammo +P in my G27 with now issues.


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Old 04-25-2013, 06:42   #29
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I picked up some Federal HST 124gr +P from here:http://www.sgammo.com/

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Old 04-25-2013, 07:36   #30
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I carry some older Winchester 9mm 115gr JHP +p+ ammo in my G17. I chronographed it years ago, and it was going 1400 FPS!!!!
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Old 04-25-2013, 07:38   #31
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I carry some older Winchester 9mm 115gr JHP +p+ ammo in my G17. I chronographed it years ago, and it was going 1400 FPS!!!!


Very nice indeed.
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Old 04-25-2013, 07:41   #32
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I carry some older Winchester 9mm 115gr JHP +p+ ammo in my G17. I chronographed it years ago, and it was going 1400 FPS!!!!
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Old 04-25-2013, 07:58   #33
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STAY A-WAY from that stuff [40 S&W +P] in a Glock (imho)
I'd say stay away from this stuff all together if for no other reason that it's going to be harder on the gun. Also, I'm not aware of any independent testing to verify its effectiveness.

There is plenty of standard pressure defensive .40 S&W that has been verified as highly effective defensive ammo.

http://www.ar15.com/ammo/project/Sel....htm#.40%20S&W

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Old 04-25-2013, 08:00   #34
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Does anyone use or recommend Double Tap ammo?
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Old 04-25-2013, 08:26   #35
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Thanks for the replies everyone. Just wanted to make sure i wasn't going to ruin my barrel or get hurt, thanks.
You will "hurt" your wallet long before you hurt your Glock.

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Old 04-25-2013, 08:29   #36
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You will "hurt" your wallet long before you hurt your Glock.


Haha! I hear ya there.
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Old 04-25-2013, 09:14   #37
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How about 1290 fps from a G19 with 127gr Ranger T +P+. That's almost USPSA Major power factor. (But that 1400 fps with 115s... wow that's smoking).
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Old 05-01-2013, 09:19   #38
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I have never seen a fully supported chamber on any Glock barrels
including the aftermarkes barrels.
My gen4 mod.27 has as much at least if not more support
as my new Lonewolf and the Lonewolf is one of the best
supported barrels there is.

Heavy .40 Smith & Wesson +P Pistol and Handgun Ammo

https://www.buffalobore.com/index.ph...t_detail&p=115

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Reviewer: peter wilson

02/25/2013 05:05pm

Great ammo hard hitting and low flash as described. Excellant customer service I emailed the Co. with a question on a Sunday afternoon and was shocked when I heard from Tim the owner within an hour. I still am in shock I will buy from Buffalo again and spred the word.
Peter W


Reviewer: David Gilmore

06/30/2012 10:19pm

PACT MK5 Chronograph
15ft. from muzzle
Air temp: 92 degree
Humidity: 51%
Altitude: 558ft.
Glock 23 with a 4.0" Storm Lake Barrel: avg fps = 1212.225/505.7 ft. lbs.
Glock 22 with a 5.0" Storm Lake Barrel: avg fps = 1238.475/527.9ft. lbs.
Taurus PT 140 - 3.125" stock Barrel: avg fps = 1251.9/539.4ft. lbs.
Ammo is very consistent from shot to shot, from gun to gun. SD = 13! Unbelievable!!!!!
25 yds. Avg group = 3” (with all three guns...when I did my part)
I really am impressed that this ammo not only likes the stubby tubes, but it beats the longer ones in fps.and ft.lbs.
I really don’t like the profile of the bullet itself. Next test is; Clothing/Ballistic gelatin/and pork rib slabs.
That test will make my mind up to use this ammo for SD/Carry or not.
Look for my update after I perform my next test.

Shoot true, be safe, and introduce someone new to the wonderful sport of shooting.



Reviewer: clint miller

06/10/2012 03:34pm

Very accurate and shot thru 3 2◊4s flat together with ease. Using glock 35
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Old 05-01-2013, 09:28   #39
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I have never seen a fully supported chamber on any Glock barrels
including the aftermarkes barrels.
My gen4 mod.27 has as much at least if not more support
as my new Lonewolf and the Lonewolf is one of the best
supported barrels there is.

Heavy .40 Smith & Wesson +P Pistol and Handgun Ammo

https://www.buffalobore.com/index.ph...t_detail&p=115

Add Your Review


Reviewer: peter wilson

02/25/2013 05:05pm

Great ammo hard hitting and low flash as described. Excellant customer service I emailed the Co. with a question on a Sunday afternoon and was shocked when I heard from Tim the owner within an hour. I still am in shock I will buy from Buffalo again and spred the word.
Peter W


Reviewer: David Gilmore

06/30/2012 10:19pm

PACT MK5 Chronograph
15ft. from muzzle
Air temp: 92 degree
Humidity: 51%
Altitude: 558ft.
Glock 23 with a 4.0" Storm Lake Barrel: avg fps = 1212.225/505.7 ft. lbs.
Glock 22 with a 5.0" Storm Lake Barrel: avg fps = 1238.475/527.9ft. lbs.
Taurus PT 140 - 3.125" stock Barrel: avg fps = 1251.9/539.4ft. lbs.
Ammo is very consistent from shot to shot, from gun to gun. SD = 13! Unbelievable!!!!!
25 yds. Avg group = 3Ē (with all three guns...when I did my part)
I really am impressed that this ammo not only likes the stubby tubes, but it beats the longer ones in fps.and ft.lbs.
I really donít like the profile of the bullet itself. Next test is; Clothing/Ballistic gelatin/and pork rib slabs.
That test will make my mind up to use this ammo for SD/Carry or not.
Look for my update after I perform my next test.

Shoot true, be safe, and introduce someone new to the wonderful sport of shooting.



Reviewer: clint miller

06/10/2012 03:34pm

Very accurate and shot thru 3 2◊4s flat together with ease. Using glock 35
So I have an unsupported barrel in my G17? I don't get any bulged cases even with the +p+ ammo.
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Old 05-01-2013, 11:12   #40
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You can learn much here, proceed with caution.
These guys shoot much more than 99% of the people out there,
they must know something most don't.


http://www.brianenos.com/forums/index.php?showforum=72
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You can learn much here, proceed with caution.
These guys shoot much more than 99% of the people out there,
they must know something most don't.


http://www.brianenos.com/forums/index.php?showforum=72
Those guys are all ammo reloaders - we are talking here about +p and +p+ factory loads here.
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Old 05-01-2013, 13:14   #42
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I have never seen a fully supported chamber on any Glock barrels
including the aftermarkes barrels...

That's because the only entirely supported handgun barrels are on revolvers and single shots. If a semi auto had a fully supported chamber, as you allude to, it would never feed.
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Old 05-01-2013, 14:18   #43
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My 31, 32 and 33 are almost identical to the 17, 19 and 26. Some even use identical RSAs. Factory .357sig loads are at approx the same pressures as 9mm +P+ just more velocity. The Glocks handle those .357sig rounds fine.

Will hot +P+ loads increase wear on the gun, most likely. Will the gun handle it, yes. When you stop and think the cost of the +P+ ammo to wear out the gun far exceeds what a new Glock would cost.
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Old 05-01-2013, 14:37   #44
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That's because the only entirely supported handgun barrels are on revolvers and single shots. If a semi auto had a fully supported chamber, as you allude to, it would never feed.


So KKM, Storm Lake & Bar-Sto are not fully supported barrels?
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Old 05-01-2013, 14:41   #45
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Tiro Fijo

That's because the only entirely supported handgun barrels are on revolvers and single shots. If a semi auto had a fully supported chamber, as you allude to, it would never feed.

I know that but there are many that think that they can buy a fully supported chamber
for their Glocks, they can't.

My gen4 mod27 has more support than my after market FULLY SUPPORTED barrel, the new Glocks are getting more perfect than the old perfect Glocks.

My old mod23 didn't have as much support.

Just my experence I'm not trying to be comfrontational.
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Old 05-01-2013, 14:47   #46
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So KKM, Storm Lake & Bar-Sto are not fully supported barrels?
No. There is still relief at the feed ramp. The current 9mm and .357sig barrels have very good support. The .40 barrels are much better than they used to be in the support area also.

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No. There is still relief at the feed ramp. The current 9mm and .357sig barrels have very good support. The .40 barrels are much better than they used to be in the support area also.

So would it be a waste of money to buy a barrel for my Gen4 G23 then?
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Old 05-01-2013, 15:00   #48
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get the 357sig and 9mm and 40s&w

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So would it be a waste of money to buy a barrel for my Gen4 G23 then?
Get the 357sig and 9mm conversion and 40s&w, it makes your
mod 23 one most versatile pistols you can get.
You can use them in a mod27 also, it's what sold me on the
Glock.
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Get the 357sig and 9mm conversion and 40s&w, it makes your
mod 23 one most versatile pistols you can get.
You can use them in a mod27 also, it's what sold me on the
Glock.

Yea thats what im probably going to do, recoil spring in the .357sig & the the one in the .40 S&W the same?
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I don't know but if it throws the brass real far you might need a stronger RSA,
if it doesn't through it far enough you will need a weaker one.

I did not need to change anything with my 3 Lone Wolf barrels.
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