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Discussion in 'Caliber Corner' started by HauntedAlabama, Feb 9, 2010.
i know .32 is marginal @ best.
NAA has a good track record is all i can say, never owned one.
Sounds like a baby 357 SIG. A necked down 380. I show 60 grain Speer bullets hitting 1200 fps and 71 grn Hornadys at 1100. From the design of the cartridge I would suspect that it feeds very reliably, also like the SIG.
Well the ads say
Produces more velocity, more energy and more stopping power than any conventional jacketed lead hollow point (JHP) 32 ACP, 380 ACP or 380 ACP (+P) with 15% less recoil (Power Factor) than the (+P),
Penetrates 8.3" of Gelatin after passing through four (4) layers of denim, expanding to a .55" mushroom with a retained weight of 100%,
What I say
Ammo is hard to find.
Midway USA does not list dies.
Load data is slim
Interesting load but as stated ammo will be hard to get and dies are not readily available.
i think those jello numbers are in reach of .380. dont seem any advantage other than feeding maybe...
whaooooo, 10 lb. trigger and shes a porker.