Corbon dpx through bone simulant ballistics- all calibers

Corbon dpx through bone simulant ballistics- all calibers

This is a discussion on Corbon dpx through bone simulant ballistics- all calibers within the Defensive Ammunition & Ballistics forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I'm sure most of you have read this but I searched for previous conversations and didn't find much, I thought these tests were thorough enough ...

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    Question Corbon dpx through bone simulant ballistics- all calibers

    I'm sure most of you have read this but I searched for previous conversations and didn't find much, I thought these tests were thorough enough to to be confident in the results even though it still is a small sample size, just 3 shots of other brands showed unreliable expansion in all but the dpx which looks consistently impressive along with efmj somewhat. Considering the probability of hitting the rib cage I like the results and am stocking up now.
    9mm - http://www.brassfetcher.com/9x19mm%2...%20Gelatin.pdf
    40 S&W - http://www.brassfetcher.com/40S&W%20...%20Gelatin.pdf
    45 cal - http://www.brassfetcher.com/40S&W%20...%20Gelatin.pdf
    What's your opinion? Thanks and God Bless.


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    Yeah, this is in another thread...it really isn't all that accurate; think about it--most people have a decent pad over the chest--pectoral muscles, fat layers...they've chosen to ignore that.

    Something like he represents would be closer to hitting the skull.

    he also doesn't go for any of the better loads out there--the 147gr HST's, R-T,s etc.

    Almost seems like he cherrypicked what loads he wanted to perform well.
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    Yes I would like to see an inch or two of gel before the symbone and denim/leather layers, but it is covered with a rubber coating, just some good info to look at. Maybe someone else can test more bullets with some more variables using bone simulations. Many would greatly appreciate the information.

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