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Old 01-18-2013, 10:55   #1
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Underwood 9mm 115gr +P+ or 124gr +P+

I recently aquired a GLock 26 and have been looking for a good SD EDC load. I was able to get (2) boxes of Underwood 115gr +P+ loads the other night as they became available on their website. I have been reviewing the ballistics of this load on youtube and comparing to the underwood 124gr+P+.

My main concern is overpenetration as i want to reduce the possibility of hitting inocents if I should ever need to take action in a public place. I realize this should not minimize my responsibility for identifying what is behind my target but want to reduce collateral damage even further from over penetration.

I am also weighing that with the desire to get quick follow-up shots and recoil will be a factor as well.

What are the general thoughts between the two loads for both of these factors?

Thank you for your insight.
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Old 01-19-2013, 16:43   #2
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No experience with either load here, so I'm afraid I can't be of much help to you. 115 grain +P+ has not, historically, been seen as a load that is likely to overpenetrate.

Sorry I couldn't be more help,
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