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What's the most reliable 357 ammo for a glock?

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by -, Aug 2, 2002.

  1. Guest

    I'm thinking of buying some CorBons and am just curious if anybody's had good/bad experiences with it.

    Also what ammo have you had a bad experience with?
     
  2. roygun

    roygun

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    COR-BON IS AN EXCELLENT CHOICE BUT USES SIERRA'S 115GR JHP. THE BULLET HAS A VERY FLAT OGIVE. I HAD TO POLISH THE FEED RAMP TO GET IT TO CYCLE. SOMETIMES THE NOSE WOULD HANG UP ON THE RAMP. EITHER FEDERAL OR SPEER ARE VERY RELIABLE. IF YOU RELOAD YOU CAN DUPLICATE THE POA/POI FOR THE 125GR. BULLET. FEDERAL'S LOAD IS A REAL HAMMER AND THE VIRGINIA STATE POLICE USE SPEER'S GOLD DOT. THANKS TO THEM I GET ALL THE BRASS I NEED...WINCHESTER'S WHITE BOX IS DEPENABLE & ACCURATE FOR PRACTICE. S&B'S LOAD IS NOT AS FINE TUNED JUST YET. GLASER/MAGSAFE HAVE PERFORMED WELL ALSO WITH THE NOD GOING TO MAGSAFE. E-MAIL ME & I'LL SEND YOU MAGSAFES SITE & SOME BALLISTIC STUDIES I HAVE RE: LEO USE.:cool:
     

  3. quantico

    quantico 1911 lover Millennium Member

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    Federal hydra-shock and the gold dot are my choices for serious ammo... I use blazer for target practice.
     
  4. Guest

    Do you have a Glock 31?
     
  5. TheSniper

    TheSniper Projectile Mgr.

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    What I cant hear you over all that yelling!
     
  6. Guest

    Please ignore the anti-caps lock crusader trying to hijack the thread.
     
  7. TheSniper

    TheSniper Projectile Mgr.

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    LOL just foolin man ,just foolin.relax;f ;c
     
  8. Guest

    Glad to hear that ;c ;a ;c
     
  9. TheSniper

    TheSniper Projectile Mgr.

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    Here,have another drink on me;c
     
  10. G33

    G33 Frisky! CLM Millennium Member

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    For me:
    GoldDot
    ProLoad
    Hornady
    MagSafe

    All OK.
     
  11. FIRING27

    FIRING27 Senior Member

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    Corbons 357sig load is accurate and dependable.If you want a Gold-Dot bullet go with PRO LOADS 125 GR.
     
  12. gconan

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    Corbon has both a 115 and 125 grn 357 sig.
     
  13. 1iron

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    I stick with 125gr Gold Dots from Pro Load or Speer. My 31 and 33 will feed any brand and I think I have tried them all.
     
  14. W. Bell

    W. Bell

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    I'm with 1iron on the ProLoad or Speer 125 grain.
    He covered the 31 and 33, so I'll speak for the 32.

    PS Just to Piss you off, I got my second G32 yesterday.
    Used, has been fired 20 rounds, Mfg. Early May 2002
    Night sights, private sale,not a mark on it, $400.

    Have a gud'un