Originally Posted by glock20c10mm
I can see that thread being looked at positively for different reasons. Were you making a specific point by posting it?
Otherwise, DocGKR does make the case that 9mm FMJ is more effective than 380 FMJ IF anything more than flesh was encountered like bone or an intermediate barrier.
And of course he goes on to add that 9mm JHP is leaps and bounds better than 380 JHP.
And that he'ld never willingly carry 380 in any form over 9mm in any form.
The most interesting thing I took from it (which I agree with) is where DocGKR says; 9 mm M882 ball has one of the worst reputations for effectiveness of any 9 mm ammo.
The reason I bring that up is because we have a good handful of GTers who insist on carrying 9mm ball/FMJ.
Again, what was it you specifically found interesting?
The wound from the .380 would be visibly identical to the wound from the 9mm, even though several hundred fps difference exist between the two. I found it relevant. Obviously a JHP has more redarding forces against it, and thus exerts more force on the medium it is passing through, BUT, if we carry the lesson over, the 357SIG should not show any difference in wounding (visibly at least) with the 124gr standard-pressure, or even 147gr 9mm, being as they expand and penetrate almost identically.