.400 CorBon

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trouter3
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.400 CorBon

Post by trouter3 » Sun Nov 18, 2018 12:32 pm

Just acquired a lone wolf 400 CorBon barrel for my Glock 30 it's basically a necked down .45 same numbers as 10mm ..the caliber been around for awhile, never got very popular, a few ammunition companies still offer the round in 115, 135' 155 and 165 curious as to any if you learned fellas had any experience with this caliber, going to the range next week and put it through its paces ....

Peace and tranquility

P5 Guy
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Post by P5 Guy » Mon Nov 19, 2018 8:31 am

I see reloading in your future, if you don't reload already.
Looks like the same neck tension problems as 357SIG.
Good luck.

trouter3
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Post by trouter3 » Mon Nov 19, 2018 8:57 pm

Your absolutely right on, checked evil bay today for reloading dies, fairly inexpensive, checked Ventura ammo, they sell 50 rounds for $43 that ain't too bad tho, $21.50 per 20 gotta try out the 400 CorBon ammo first b4 I get involved, got a few boxes of 135' 165 grain ammo and I've read some good things about how flat shooting the round is, going to the range soon and see for myself ....

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