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230 Grain Double Tap Hard Cast rounds

Discussion in 'The 10 Ring' started by hickok45, Jan 25, 2010.

  1. hickok45

    hickok45 Millennium Member

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    Has anybody fired these in a Glock 20 or Glock 29? Just wondered how they functioned and if they cycled 100% reliably.

    I didn't know anybody loaded a round this heavy until I saw it at the Double Tap website.

    Thanks,
    Sorry if this has been covered.
     
  2. hook63

    hook63

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    I have a box but I haven't fired any yet. If I get a chance tomorrow I'll post again.
     


  3. Taterhead

    Taterhead Counting Beans

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    I load the exact same projectile that is in the 200 gr version. I believe that the 200 and 230 have a very similar COAL and profile so they should be comparable. It cycles fine my G20. In fact nothing has failed to cycle in my G20. The WFNGC has a very wide meplat and others with aftermarket barrels have reported feeding issues though.
     
  4. 527varmint

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    Should cycle. The double tap guy worked up all the loads in a G20 and G29 is my understanding.

    Most guys seem to go with the 200 gr. load though.
     
  5. crazywednesday

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    I have had zero issues with them cycling through a G29.

    Justin
     
  6. I went to the range this weekend with my G20. 50 rounds with 6 grns of Titegroup 180grn Rainier bullets. 50 rounds same bullet with 9grns of Longshot. Then I shot 5 rounds of the DT 230 hardcast. 22 pound spring w/ stainless rod. The DT seemed closer to the felt recoil of the Titegroup than the Longshot. Lighter than the Longshot and brass did not fly as far. Cycled fine.
     
  7. hook63

    hook63

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    I went out today and fired a couple mags of it. Cycled fine and shot just a little high.
     
  8. hill billy

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  9. hook63

    hook63

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    It says 1120 on the box. I don't have any way to check them but the point of didn't didn't drop like subsonic 9's do.
     
  10. Iceman cHucK

    Iceman cHucK

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    Yes, I have experience with the 230 round. When I first tried them with stock G20 I had a couple of ftfs. Called DT and Mike suggested I try a 22lb recoil spring; said that is what he used in his test G20. I bought a 22lb SScaptured recoil rod from Glockmeister and have not had any further problems, although I havn't shot more than a couple of mag fulls.

    My chrono results were 1079fps avg; 38ES; 14SD; from stock G20 4.6" barrel. It is my "Bear Load" and usually carried in my 6" Glock barrel.
     
  11. BruceO

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    "I have had zero issues with them cycling through a G29."

    You mean your gun didn't blow up? How about that-shooting cast bullets thru a Glock!

    :rofl:
     
  12. cowboywannabe

    cowboywannabe you savvy?

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    wow, i read on here that DT wont respond to somebody on here that got 180 gr loads in a 200 gr labled box. this was as of lately so i dont know what the deal is.....i think its in caliber section.....id like a reasonable reply for DT because i like his stuff and would like to continue if the problem is explained and resolved....otherwise i have to look elsewhere...