doubletap 10 mm 125 gr tac xp

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  1. leadtag101

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    Does anyone have any experience with this round out of a STOCK Glock 20? Thanks for any help.
     
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    That sure is a light bullet in 10mm . . . .:upeyes:
     

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    or do you mean fragment......
     
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    Those solid copper Barnes TAC-XP bullets will not fragment. While I do not have any experience with the 10mm load I have tested them in my 454. Lots of expansion and 100% weight retention. DT also loads a 155 grain TAC-XP if you want more weight.
     
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    I didn't realize that it was a solid copper bullet. I would be interested to see what happens to a copper bullet at those speeds.
     
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    Some say there is a velocity "window" with SCHP's and when velocities exceed that the petals fold back against the body of the bullet and it acts as if it were a FMJ.
     
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    You're right - fragment.