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I have heard that this gun can feed anything. I know shot placement is eveything and shoot whats your gun likes. FYI-I use the WWB 115gr for practice so would like a 115gr bullet.

-Corbon DPX is a little too expensive for me.
-The Corbon 115gr is what I want but I can get some Corbon 125 cheaper. Are the 125 just as good as the 115gr. I never hear anyone say anything about them.
-I hear lots of good things about Gold Dot 124 but nothing about the Gold Dot 115. I can get some Gold Dot 115 cheaper, are the comparable?
-So I guess my question is, are the Gold Dot 115gr and Corbon 125gr as good as there more researched counterparts?
 

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Never tried the 115GD or CB125 but both probably fine if reliable and shoot to POA. Stocked up on DPX back before it got so high. DPX does 1230fps, GD124+p-1200fps out of mine. WWB115jhp not a bad round and avgs around 1150fps. All shoot close enough to POA for me.
 

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I had a box of 20 115 grain GD. They expaded nice and shot well, but weren't +p. I prefer the 124 grain +p GD as they are just as accurate, although there is a little more kick, but well withing controllable ranges. I bought a couple boxes of 50 of the 124 gr +p GD and will stick with them. I general practice with 115 gr ammo, but it all shoots only as well as I do. Remember, most encounters occur within 7 yards, so it really doesn't matter how much your round weighs at that range for drop. Typically, a heavier bullet is better.
 
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