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Critical Duty vs Critical Defense

This is a discussion on Critical Duty vs Critical Defense within the Pistols and Revolvers forums, part of the HandGuns, Pistols and Revolvers, Long Rifles, Shotguns, SKS, AK, AR category; Originally Posted by rice paddy daddy I carry Critical Defense in my .380 mainly because that is what the Ace Hardware in town stocks in ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rice paddy daddy View Post
    I carry Critical Defense in my .380 mainly because that is what the Ace Hardware in town stocks in that caliber.

    I wish Remington would expand their Golden Saber line. The 125 grain .357 magnum consistently expands to .62 inch, and with adequate penetration.
    I really like Golden Sabers. I carry them in in my .357/.38 defensive revolvers and also prefer them in 124 grn 9mm +p. The design of the round feeds well in all of my pistols.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevekozak View Post
    I really like Golden Sabers. I carry them in in my .357/.38 defensive revolvers and also prefer them in 124 grn 9mm +p. The design of the round feeds well in all of my pistols.
    I’m going to check out the Remington site.
    I did not know they made them in 9MM. I have one pistol thus chambered, a Walther P-1, which is a post war P-38.
    I’ve been thinking about using it as a carry gun, much lighter than a 1911, and the Walther can be carried with a round in the chamber and safety off.
    In 38 and 357 they expand more than any other brand.i
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    I use both as well, but also use other "Major Ammo Brand" ammo, such as Gold Dot. Personally, I do not think that there is a massive difference if the ammo is made by a reputable manufacturer.

 

 
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