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    Liberty 50 Grain .380 acp Ammo

    Any experiences with this ammo? It’s only 50 grains but fires at 1500 FPS.
    Last edited by pollyb; 05-28-2020, 06:39 PM.

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    I have not heard of it. Purpose?
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      #3
      Originally posted by mitchr View Post
      I have not heard of it. Purpose?
      1500 FPS - apparently it shoots flat and has a lot of energy without risk of over penetration

      https://libertyammo.com/product/civil-defense-380-acp/

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        i suspect its low mass means it wont penetrate walls or harder objects very well but flesh still gets a decent punch.

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          #5
          'Fragmenting" turns me off. I've seen reviews on several "latest & greatest" fragmenting rounds & haven't heard enough good about them to trust my life to them, much less spend the double $$ to get them. A good hollow point that is reliable in regard to opening up properly, accomplishes the same thing & there are lots of test videos to prove them.
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            #6
            I would think the real selling point of this round is the 15% less felt recoil. But with less muzzle energy how well is it going to operate in all semiauto brands?
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              Originally posted by groberts View Post
              I would think the real selling point of this round is the 15% less felt recoil. But with less muzzle energy how well is it going to operate in all semiauto brands?
              Great question. The reduced felt recoil sounds appealing in something like the LCP.
              http://www.gunsholstersandgear.com/a...nition-review/
              Last edited by Abe Froman; 05-29-2020, 12:25 PM.

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