Corbon DPX vs. Buffalo Bore 357, 125 grain

Corbon DPX vs. Buffalo Bore 357, 125 grain

This is a discussion on Corbon DPX vs. Buffalo Bore 357, 125 grain within the Defensive Ammunition & Ballistics forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I'm getting ready to buy carry ammo for my snubby and wonder if anyone here has experience with these two? Feedback appreciated in advance....

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    Corbon DPX vs. Buffalo Bore 357, 125 grain

    I'm getting ready to buy carry ammo for my snubby and wonder if anyone here has experience with these two?

    Feedback appreciated in advance.
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    I recently switched from CorBon DPX to Speer Short Barrel GDHP. I made the switch because I changed all of my carry ammo to Speer GDHP
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    I prefer a heavier bullet in .357 mag. I use the Hornady 158 Gr. I'd love to find some heavy Speer Short Barrel. The .357 mag. is designed to push a heavy bullet at "terminal" velocities, so I take advantage of that.

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    Shot my first DPX this afternoon. Brisk recoil in my snubby, but tolerable return to target. EXTREMELY accurate. The only thing I'm unsure about is the muzzle flash vs. Buffalo Bore.
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