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    Question PDX1

    Is the PDX1 bullet the new bonded version of the Black Talon and T-Series bullets?
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    Quote Originally Posted by AR-556 View Post
    Is the PDX1 bullet the new bonded version of the Black Talon and T-Series bullets?
    In rifle, it is a split core type. Think of it as a nosler partition, fragile.
    In handgun, it is a bonded jhp, separate from t series, which as you know is the now 4th or 5th generation of "black talon", minus the Lubalox. I would think of it as "Olin's Gold Dot".

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    I see the pistol version as similar to the ranger bonded round sold in half the quantity for twice the price.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ggammell View Post
    I see the pistol version as similar to the ranger bonded round sold in half the quantity for twice the price.
    This is my thoughts.
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