View Full Version : Anyone have experience using Corbon DPX's in a Ruger LCP?
I use Corbon DPX's in all my CCW's except my .380 LCP. I have heard and read mixed things about the DPX's in the LCP, but not that much. I would love to use them in my LCP but I want to know they will function fine. So anyone with first hand expierience with Corbon DPX's in an LCP give me as detailed of an opinion as possible please! Thanks!
No personal experience but it was what was selected for testing with ballistic gelatin on Shooting Gallery last week. It performed well. I'm pretty sure I remember Michael Bane saying that was what he loaded in his LCP. I hate to say this but there really is no substitute for firing rounds through the gun to test this.
They function fine in my LCP.
Work great in both my LCP and P238
My lcp didn't function with them. Gold dots were fine.
I put 100 rds through mine without a hiccup.
I wonder how the LC9's are faring :headscratch:
They fire fine through my G26. O wait you asked about an LCP. Sorry:whistling:
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