I gotta try those. A 380 in a pocket ain't much, but it's a whole lot more than nothing when it's all you can carry. I've been eyeing up Mag Guts +1 mag spring and follower kits. It'll turn my little Kahr into a 7+1 or 8+1 pocket gun. With two of the big mags a fella could carry 17 rounds with only his pocket gun and one tiny spare mag.
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I suggest that you get the Underwood loadings of that round, which are 1,400 fps compared to 1,150 fps for the Lehigh loadings. It makes a WORLD of difference with that additional 250 fps. Not only are the Underwoods only $27.99 compared to $30.50 for the ones from Lehigh, they perform literally close to twice as well in actual bodies (pigs, at the very least), plus they will go through at least an Level II vest. However, as Underwood says on their site for that loading:
The .380 Xtreme series went through a design change in the summer of 2015 to provide consistent feeding and compatibility in all .380 handguns. However, a small amount of customers are experiencing feeding problems in Kahr .380s and Sig P238s. Take into consideration, most customers with the same handguns are running the Xtreme series just fine.
If you are a Kahr or Sig P238 owner, we would highly recommend purchasing a small amount to function test before a larger purchase is made.
I'd suggest springing for a box of them to test, then if they work in your particular firearm, and you load, see about getting loading data from Underwood along with buying the components from them and trying to duplicate what they do as closely as possible. That would be the best of both worlds. But, even so, you can't go wrong with just getting them from Underwood itself.
Edited by ChicagoRonin70, 04 October 2017 - 08:31 PM.