This is a discussion on .380 SD and Range Ammo Suggestions within the Defensive Ammunition & Ballistics forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by Old School Just to clarify my earlier Post # 12 my Diamondback is a BUG. I carry a Glock 23 .40 S&W ...
This is a great thread on the subject. BUG's: .380 ACP vs. .38 Sp - M4Carbine.net Forums
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[EDC: HK P2000 SK .40 S&W]
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Good luck with the Bodyguard. High Noon makes a nice holster called the Pocket Grabber which is the one on the right of the photo. The holster on the left is the High Noon Mr. Softy IWB.
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With the 380 penetration is key aside from proper placement. For me and my P238 I've chosen Buffalo Bore 27A 100gr +P hardcast flat point and Winchester Q4206 95gr JHP flat point. Accurate and reliable. Works for me :)
DW CCO (2), CBOB + RZ45, Colt MKIV, CD EFS, P45C/T, BHP MKIII, FM M90, PT99AF, M681-1, 689, P238, MK678II
votes for just about every kind there is.....so much for consensus
winter, RN jacketed 95gr
not winter, Hydro-shock 95gr
assuming they are reliable in your gun.
You plug 'em, I plant 'em
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Lack of preparation on your part does not necessarily constitute an emergency on mine
Occasionally the main men. However, 0.380 is the lack of motivation. It does not matter what, so try not to hang it. Any major brand JHP may work very well. Some people like the penetration of FMJ...