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G36 & Corbon DPX

Discussion in 'Thin to Win - G36 Club' started by Little Joe, Aug 20, 2010.

  1. Little Joe

    Little Joe

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    Have any of you tried the Corbon DPX in a G36?

    Any feeding issues, besides the expense?

    LJ
     
  2. Jim S.

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    Daja-vu? Or am I dreaming about Corbons?
    Both my Glocks (21 & 36) love the Corbon DPX.
    I use the 185's in my 21 and the 160's in my 36.
    I've tried many different brands and these are the ones that have been consistantly closer to point of aim and tighter groups than all of them.
    Unscientific but I do have a method to my madness.
    They feed just fine and I have not had any problems, but then again the Glocks usually feed anything and everything.
    I haven't tried them in my 1911's yet.
     

  3. Little Joe

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    You following me around Jim? :shocked: :rofl:

    :wavey:


    LJ
     
  4. Little Joe

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    I had the occasion to shoot the DPX 185+ and it was very accurate and a little softer shooting than HST 230gr and Ranger T 230gr. Not a whole lot, but a little for sure. I like the way they shoot. The 160gr didn't seem to recoil any less to me at all. I'll stick with the 185's.
     
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  5. Pecos Bill

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    Have not tried them. I load the hornaday 200g JHP TAP +P Seems good to me. Might try yours though, "little softer" could be a big deal.