Discussion in 'Ammo, Reloading & Accessories' started by Deplorable Me, Jan 11, 2019.
The .45 GAP and .327 Magnum surprised me.
Where is the frying pan comparison?
I've never seen a 25 or 32 that could get to 1100 fps.
40 S&W beats 45ACP & 9mm hahaha!
Look at the third row: "Power Factor" I'm trying to find out the significance of that number from a non-bullshitting source.
It was made as a way to compare cartridges. I'm not sure if it has any real life relevance.
Handgun Cartridge Power Chart - Condensed Version
Also, where is the. 600 nitro express?
Edited original post I guess S&W 500 is NY legal at its over 50 ounces since not detachable mag.
Why do you have to be like that? Can't we all just get along.
It's Friday can't I stir the pot!?
At least let me get home and have a drink first.
and all the way to the right is the little old 22LR .. its not the best option .. but it will still bounce off your ribs like a pin ball .. ringing up damage .. while singing pin ball wizard ..
put it in the right spot at the right distance .. nap time ..
NYDEC .. guy shoots bear with 22LR.. busted .. bear dead 100yrds away .. sure lucky shot .. but it killed ..
Each and every one of any pistol made by any manufacturer ever, in any of these calibers will kill you dead if you either grind one up and eat it, or let me punch you in the face repeatedly with it.
.45 ACP going 1050 fps? I think not. Maybe a 185gr+P from a 5 inch barrel.
Yeah but most people don't carry those. They think the number 230 is better because it's a higher number and can't bring themselves to carry anything lighter because it isn't manly enough.
In my opinion, the Super or SMC is where it's at for a .45 caliber.
I carry these in my 1911s
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