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357 Sig Velocities by Glock Model ...

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by DataMax, Feb 10, 2007.

  1. DataMax

    DataMax

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    From the 1988 Glock Autopistols Annual ...

    G31 G32 G33
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    Speer Gold Dot 125 JHP .... 1302 1323* 1238
    Speer Lawman 125 TMJ .... 1337 1302 1243

    Hornady 125 JHP ......... 1407 1363 1311

    Remmington UMC 125 MC ... 1389 1291 1262
    Remmington 125 JHP ......... 1392 1308 1272

    Federal Premium 125 JHP . 1428 1367 1330
    Federal Premium 125 FMJ . 1344 1282 1252

    Cor-Bon 125 JHP ......... 1420 1391 1353
    Cor-Bon 115 JHP ......... 1521 1494 1442


    * For this particular load velocities were higher in the G32 versus the G31


    Sorry people ... that's about the best I can do with spacing.
     
  2. 357glocker

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    Looks good! Thanks for the info. As in the other velocity thread, are you sure this isn't info from the 1998?
     

  3. DataMax

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    Oops ... my BAD ... it is from the 1998 issue ...

    Thanks for pointing that out :thumbsup:
     
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    You really had me thinkin' there for a while that I was missing out on the 357sig for more years than I already had:)
     
  5. J T

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    Use the code tags for monospacing. :thumbsup: