They are both solid performers. I would suspect that the person shot with one of each would be hard pressed to tell them apart.
Get the one that works best in your pistol. The first priority is reliability. The baddest round ever made is worthless if your pistol won't cycle it reliably.
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Last edited by Overkill0084; 09-04-2012 at 03:56 PM.