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Who makes Cor Bon's new bullets?

Discussion in 'Caliber Corner' started by ABNAK, Nov 20, 2011.

  1. ABNAK

    ABNAK

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    Sierra's are hard for them to get so they've undertaken making their "own" a while ago I guess. Is it actually them or another company doing the manufacturing of the bullets? Do they have the same "fragmentation" propensity as the Sierra's when driven to higher velocities?
     
  2. Merkavaboy

    Merkavaboy Code-7A KUZ769

    Hopefully Mile (TeamCorbon) will be able to answer your question.
     


  3. PghJim

    PghJim

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    As far as fragmentation I have found about the same for both bullets in 357 sig. When shooting into bare gallon jugs of water they fragment with 75 - 85 grains traveling to the far side of the third jug. If anything, I would say they fragment a little less. However, this is only one round and they are making there own bullets for a lot of rounds now
     
  4. ABNAK

    ABNAK

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    Yeah, 357Sig is the specific round I had in mind but the 165gr .40 S&W load also.