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Old 12-01-2010, 02:34 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by jstkrsn View Post
I have two 380's. One is a FI Model D and a Beretta Model 84. I was planning on using the +P ammo in the Beretta only because it has an obvious thicker barrel. The FI barrel is thinner so it may not be able to handle the increased pressure.

Call the manufacturer and ask. The response will speak volumes about the company.

Here's some reading that will help;

Demystifying +P

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Old 12-03-2010, 02:12 AM   #12
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Well went to the range last night. The Buffalo Bore ammo was definitly +P. In fact after shooting two mags (26) I had to stop because it was hurting my hand. My S&W 59 with Carbon 9mm +P was much easier to shoot. The 380 +P is for defense only. Not for running through two boxes at the range. Especially with the cost.
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