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Discussion in 'Caliber Corner' started by Lobo, Feb 23, 2010.

  1. Lobo

    Lobo Who farted??

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    9mm

    Winchester White Box Personal Protection 115 gr JHP

    Glock 34 - 1,195 fps

    Winchester Ranger 115 gr +P+ JHP

    Glock 26 - 1,268 fps
    Glock 34 - 1,369 fps

    Winchester Ranger 127 gr +P+ JHP

    Glock 17 - 1,260 fps


    Georgia Arms 115 gr +P+ Gold Dot JHP

    Glock 26 - 1,266 fps
    Glock 17 - 1,307 fps
    Glock 34 - 1,387 fps

    Georgia Arms 124 gr +P Gold Dot JHP

    Glock 17 - 1,149 fps

    Georgia Arms 147 gr +P Gold Dot JHP

    Glock 34 - 1,054 fps


    .40S&W

    Georgia Arms 155 gr +P+ Gold Dot JHP

    Glock 23 - 1,259 fps
    Glock 24 - 1,347 fps


    10mm

    Georgia Arms 155 gr +P Gold Dot JHP

    Glock 20 - 1,357 fps


    .45acp

    Speer 185 gr Gold Dot JHP

    Kimber 1911 5" - 1,025 fps

    Speer 200 gr +P Gold Dot JHP

    Kimber 1911 5" - 1,092 fps


    Corbon 185 gr +P JHP

    Kimber 1911 5" - 1,145 fps

    Corbon 230 gr +P JHP

    Kimber 1911 5" - 1,017 fps


    .357 magnum

    Double Tap Ammo 125 gr Gold Dot JHP

    Smith & Wesson 686 4" - 1,611 fps
    Ruger Security-Six 6" - 1,733 fps
     
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  2. glocksterr

    glocksterr DirtyGlockHippy

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    the GA 124 gr. GD looks unimpressive. the GA .40 S&W looks nice!


    the DT .357 mag. looks hot.
     

  3. Lobo

    Lobo Who farted??

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    Not a scientific test, but interesting.....

    Georgia Arms 9mm 115 gr +P+ Gold Dot JHP

    Glock 26 - 1,266 fps - One gallon water jug test -

    bullet recovered weight 114.3 grs
    bullet recovered diameter .617”
    bullet recovered in 3rd water jug

    Glock 34 - 1,387 fps - One gallon water jug test -

    bullet recovered weight 108.2 grs
    bullet recovered diameter .714”
    bullet recovered in 3rd water jug
     
  4. G26S239

    G26S239 NRA Patron

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    Bump for interesting info.
     
  5. cowboy1964

    cowboy1964

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    I don't think I would shoot much of what someone is calling .40+P+.
     
  6. txgunguy

    txgunguy

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    Lol I would have to agree.

    Thanks for the data. I love seeing numbers that people actually get.
     
  7. Berto

    Berto woo woo

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    I love chrono data. Thanks for doing it.
     
  8. Frank V

    Frank V

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    Thanks for the data, I'm another who's always interested in actual chronograph data from real guns.
    Frank
     
  9. Clusterfrack

    Clusterfrack

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    No kidding. I did that once and had a kB.

    HKs are fully supported and seem to be ok with that stuff, but most other .40s aren't.
     
  10. SCmasterblaster

    SCmasterblaster G17 carrier since 1989 Millennium Member

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    Thank you very much for the accurate chrono data! In my G17, I got 1400 FPS in the WW 9mm 115gr JHP+p+. The Federal equivalent got me 1380 FPS.
     
  11. bac1023

    bac1023

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    Thanks for the info.