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ANOTHER NEW TOY

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by glassman, Apr 8, 2007.

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  1. glassman

    glassman Member

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    Found this in a local outdoor shop. It fits the hand really well and with the right holster will disappear in my jeans pocket. The only thing that gives me pause is that it's blowback operated and has no extractor. Beretta recommends silvertips, hydroshock or gold dot all in 60 gr for ammo. Is there any real difference between the three?
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  2. Shipwreck

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    Yes, there can be. Stick with what they recommend. I believe the silver tips are the size of FMJ ammo. Most hollow points tend to be shorter. 32's are subject to rimlock when you use hollow points. The cases have some wiggle room front to back when U put JHP in the mag. And, it can lock up the gun.

    I have a 32 Keltec. I only use FMJ - U won't get any reliable expansion from a hollow point in 32 ACP anyway. There is a site with ballistic info on the 32 fired from a keltec - FMJ works the best due to penetration - and the Fiocchi 32 FMJ had the best penetration. That is what I use to carry and target shoot with in my Keltec
     
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