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Corbon DPX squibs?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by gordonagain, Oct 14, 2010.

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  1. gordonagain

    gordonagain Member

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    I've seen some concern on the internet about Corbon's lack of a waterproof case sealer on their DPX rounds. While I've heard of squibs with Corbon jhp I haven't with DPX. I thought a high traffic gun forum like this would be a good place to ask. Has anyone actually experienced a squib round in DPX? If so, what caliber?
     
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    Not specifically, however, I've never been impressed with corbon's product. Overrated and overpriced, I've always been especially disgusted with the presentation & appearence of the ammo, brass unpolished and extremely dirty. Why corbon anyway? You can do better for less, thats for sure....
     
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    For certain calibers, DPX is the best show in town. That's why.

    gordonagain, IIRC there's a thread over at bersachat.com in the ammo section regarding a .380 DPX squib, although it was caused by the case bursting rather than a poor burn. That's the only DPX malfunction I've ever come across.
     
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