This ammo is designated +P and should not be used in firearms not capable of handling the added pressure. This usually includes older firearms and subcompact carry pistols.
Known for manufacturing "hot" ammo with high power levels and recoil, Corbon is based in Sturgis, South Dakota and offers a cost-effective carry load with their Self-Defense series. These cartridges use a serrated-jacket hollow point that is effective in terms of both cost and ballistics. Each round produces mushrooming to roughly twice the bullet's original diameter, as well as penetration of up to 15 inches.
These cartridges use non-corrosive Boxer primers and brass cases.
Posted On: 9/27/16 By: Sean S