Defense rounds for winter weather
I have almost always carried a .45 so I have never really thought about this concern, but recently I have started carrying a 9mm
Beretta 92. I have had it for years, I shoot it well, and I like it. My question concerns something that I hope I never have to find
out about first hand. How well does a 9mm defensive round work in cold weather when everyone is wearing heavy winter jackets
worn over sweaters or vests that are worn over some other kind of shirt. Will it penetrate sufficiently? How reliable is expansion?
(It gets cold in Minnesota)
I apologize if this is a stupid question or one that has been asked before, but I always figured a .45 is still a big thump no matter how many layers of clothing it must go through. I wasn't so sure about a 9mm.
Re: Defense rounds for winter weather
Agree 100% with OldVet. I carry the same ammo year round for my .357sig.
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