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Discussion in 'Caliber Corner' started by leadtag101, Feb 2, 2013.
Does anyone have any experience with this round out of a STOCK Glock 20? Thanks for any help.
That sure is a light bullet in 10mm . . . .
Shot up a box of these and they shot well....at 1600 FPS.
Don't know how they would do against human criminals or animals. Recoil was easily controllable
They would probably expand very well at 1600FPS!
You shot these out of a stock Glock? Without changing recoil spring and no failures?. Thanks
or do you mean fragment......
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.
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.
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.
You're right - fragment.