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RorionP 02-05-2008 03:09 PM

extreme shock
Got the new Guns&Ammo mag today. They have an article On Extreme Shock ammo. [URL=""][/URL]
They mention an have a pic of 7x62x39 subsonic in 200gr. Extreme Shock doesnt have this on there web site. I use a 154gr now always wanted a heaver round. I dont know how they would feed since there have a rounded nose. I like to try them though. Anyone know anything more about them?

Rshooter 02-05-2008 08:08 PM

A rounded nose in theory will give you better feeding. A close friend has purchased these for his .38 but in my book these are way too expensive and untested for the money. Using the that bullet I might actually suggest an even lighter bullet. CorBon makes a self defense bullet that comes in at 125 grains that can be had from I do not use CorBon in my rifles but I do use it in my pistols. I use my shotgun for HD. Attached is one review for CorBon pistol ammunition to give you an idea what people are saying about the ammunition right now.


grumpysfc 02-05-2008 10:04 PM

What I would be concerned about with these rounds are the construction. One of the ingredients that give them the density is tungsten. I hope they have pretty heavy copper jackets, because I think the tungsten is going to win any arguments it has with the rifling in your weapon's barrel, I guess if you're shooting an AK it might not hurt the accuracy that much (Just joking, do not take serious). :uzi:

RorionP 02-06-2008 08:28 PM

Good point about the tungsten didnt know they had that in them. As far a going lighter no thanks. The whole lighter/faster/better theory in my book is a joke. I'll take a 45 over a 9 and 7.62.39/54 over a 5.56 and a 12 over a .410 anyday. Heaver the grain the better for me.

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