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Old 09-08-2013, 06:52 PM   #1
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Did some informal hillbilly ballistic testing. I know it's just water, but damn that slug looks pretty!

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Old 09-08-2013, 06:57 PM   #2
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Are they the bonded rounds? Weight retention looks damn near 100%.

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Yes they are bonded. .40 cal and yes, they don't look like they shed anything. Penetrated 4 jugs, first one damn near exploded and second one was shredded pretty good!

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Looks good to me. What firearm was being used?

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Agreed. Looks good. I've never shot the PDX rounds by I do like the Win SXT's and Ranger T's.

My LGS sells boxes of the Ranger T $30 for 50ct. Not a bad price.

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Fired from a Ruger SR40C. I put a caliper on it and it expanded from .40 to .65 !!

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