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Cor-Bon 357sig 115 gr jhp...

Discussion in 'TOP GUNS *357 Sig* Club' started by Stewy31C, Mar 16, 2010.

  1. Stewy31C

    Stewy31C ImW/Stupid->

    Dec 25, 2007
    Orlando, FL
    Having a hard time finding any solid info on this round. IIRC the corbon 115 gr jhp 9mm had a decent stopping record.

    For practice with my SD ammo I've shot three boxes of the Cor-Bon 115 gr jhp(not dpx) and a few boxes of Winchester ranger 125 gr SXT. Neither malfunctioned and were pretty accurate.

    I have a few magazines worth of each. Right now I keep a mag of CB 115 jhp locked and loaded for the house. When I'm at work and on the run I keep the rangers locked and loaded.

    It's come time I stock up on more ammo.

    I'm just curious about .357 sig owners opinion of the 115 Cor-Bon's. Or the combination I use.

    Sound right?
  2. NitLion


    Feb 11, 2001
    I have had good luck with both also... I don't think you can go wrong with either!!

  3. terryger


    Mar 4, 2010
    i shoot the rangers for pp. no need to look elsewhere:cool: