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Anybody tried Golden Saber Bonded 124+p?????

This is a discussion on Anybody tried Golden Saber Bonded 124+p????? within the Defensive Ammunition & Ballistics forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Well, that's probably true. The internet is flooded with morons, lol, and magazines have something to sell. If you don't mind me asking, what is ...

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    Well, that's probably true. The internet is flooded with morons, lol, and magazines have something to sell.
    If you don't mind me asking, what is your experience (aside from soaking bullets, :P). Were you able to chrony the soaked bullets vs. dry bullets?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MP9NewMexico View Post
    Well, that's probably true. The internet is flooded with morons, lol, and magazines have something to sell.
    If you don't mind me asking, what is your experience (aside from soaking bullets, :P). Were you able to chrony the soaked bullets vs. dry bullets?
    Yup, sure did. ZERO difference because no moisture of any kind got into the case. Modern ammo, especially factory ammo, is watertight. Unless one does something like putting rounds into boiling water for a couple of hours and then into cold water, there's no way for moisture to get into the case, and even then I doubt anything would happen. Simply getting ammo wet doesn't do it. I don't know who wrote that article and under what circumstances he did the testing, but I don't believe his results for a single minute.

    I could see the first round shot in a wet barrel to be different than a dry barrel, but that's a whole 'nother deal.
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    I found the GS +P to be the most accurate round out of my G19 and G26. It's in my top 4 of SD 9mm ammo rounds.

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    Hah! Well, I guess that means the 'special waterproofing on our rounds' that these companies use, is simply a marketing ploy. Good to know!

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