Is velocity in .357 sig the key to incapacitation?
In Evan Marshall's book-Stopping Power they state that the only .357 sig ammo that completly duplicates the 357 magum 125 gr. wound channel is Corbon's .357 sig 125 gr.
Caliber: 357 Sig
Bullet Wt.: 125gr CORBON Self-Defense JHP
Test Barrel Length: 4.0 Inches
I remember that you mentioned that Virginia State police are using Speer Gold Dot 125 gr. and getting very good results with this ammo!
In your opinion wouldn't more velocity such as Corbon (1425fps) give the shooter a little edge in incapacitation as when compared to 1350fps in Gold Dot!
I know that law enforcement like the Gold Dot because it goes thru barriors but the 357 magum made its legendary status on ammo that fragmented.
For frontal situations I would think that the home owner would want an ammo that fragmented!
What do you think about Corbon's 357sig ammo and does
velocity matter in 357 sig ammo with regards to incapacitation?
Mike-Semper Fi to my wife!