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Discussion in 'Caliber Corner' started by SCmasterblaster, Sep 27, 2012.
Good foundational point!
My GD 124+P hits to POA, all the time
In many cases thick cloth or clothing like denim will actually inhibit expansion and increase penetration. For this reason I do not change carry round from summer to winter because I think is pointless. Use a round with adequate penetration all year around.
Exactly. Which is why I don't understand why so many people go to a HEAVIER weight in winter. Seems to be the opposite of what you would want. Now going up in caliber I understand (though again, why not just carry that caliber year-round?)
It's just that I do not have a lot of faith in the 115gr bullet penetrating enough thru winter clothing.
I'd go with the Gold Dots in any weight. If I were to carry a 9mm, it would be the 124 +P. It's a round with a fantastic track record to say the least.
Go for it, diesel girl! I am from Euclid, OH.