Never had that problem with any other brand of ammo in it so I'm pretty sure my pistol is fine.
. . . that I was *very* impressed with how the CorBon ammo all functioned in our ballistics tests (see my sig.) Once I have cycled through my usual carry ammo (Speer GDs), I think I will be shifting over - so long as it functions reliably in my carry guns.
Always carried it always will, 45, 9, 44sp, 357sig....Never had a problem in probably 5000 rnds. use their match ammo for comp shooting and again perfect performance and more uniform fps and POA/POI
I have not read every post here, so may be repeating what someone else has said, but at gun shows, I have seen some VERY old Cor-bon for sale. In my younger days, when I did not know better, I bought a box of 50 9mm Cor-bons, and had problems with cases sticking in the chamber, and flattened primers. It turns out that ammo was quite a few years old, from Cor-bon's early days, when they tended to really push to the firewall, and perhaps had less QC than later. As for whether today's Cor-bon is worth the extra price, well, for me, no, unless it is specialty ammo, such as their 200-grain JHP in .45 Colt, or their hunting loads.
I PM a respected individual and asked him if he formed an opinion between CorBon DPX and Hornady Critical Defense. He has informally reviewed both. I am a CorBon fan. He stated that in the .380 caliber, both rounds are good. However, the bullet of the Hornady weighs 10 gr more making it 90gr vice 80gr of the DPX. The extra 13% is worth it in his opinion.
Only $25 per box. Those def arent the DPX rounds. Cabelas here has em going for $49.99 for a box of 20. Personally though...id like to know why there is only 3 retailers in this state that sell em. The co has been around since 82 and the DPX have been around since 97. So its def not the fact they are new to the market.