CorBon Urban Response Pistol Ammo 9mm

CorBon Unveils 9mm Urban Response Pistol Ammo

The all new Urban Response Series 9mm Luger+P 100gr pistol load from CorBon Ammunition carries a velocity of 1475fps with 480ft/lbs of energy.

CorBon Ammunition is constantly looking to improve the ammo market with new and innovative designs. Queue the company’s all new Urban Response Series 9mm Luger+P 100gr pistol load.

The latest in the Urban Response series carries a velocity of 1475fps with 480ft/lbs of energy.

The distinctive characteristic of this round is a new gilding metal jacket filled with a soft lead core that’s formed into a patented “V” shape. The round is then capped with a distinctive black polymer ball which is crimped and held in place by the jacket. The black ball enhances feeding in auto pistols.

During bullet flight, the black polymer ball disperses air around the bullet making it more aerodynamic than a conventional hollow point, improving down range ballistics.

Upon impact, the black polymer ball delays expansion allowing it to penetrate several inches before it is pushed out of the way exposing the lead “V” shape cavity, causing the bullet to fully expand properly.

An added benefit of the black polymer ball is that it protects the integrity of the bullet by not allowing clothing or other material to plug up the cavity causing it to fail to expand. It’s paired with CorBon’s new nickel coated case that is specifically engineered for critical components.

Dutca Bright 7a coating won’t tarnish or flake like other nickel coatings and offers improved visibility for low-light chamber checks and enhanced feeding in all actions.

Sold in 50 round boxes, the suggested retail is $45.95.

For more information, please visit CorBon.com.

Load Comments
  • Cyberats

    Hollow point or full metal jacket, neither penetrates L4-5 body armor much less with the plates on. New or change for change’s sake is failure. +P hollow ? What is the purpose ???

    • The HoG

      That’s why snipers usually go for a head or throat shot. I can put 9 out of 10 shots in a three inch circle from 1,000 meters. If I’m using a 50 caliber weapon, the impact, even through L4 or L5 body armor will put you down long enough for me to take the preferred head shot.

      However, the advertisement was for 9 mm handgun ammo. At the end of the day you’d be better off getting a M-1911 .45 Cal. or better yet, a Glock 21 (also in .45 Cal ACP). Most people can’t hit the proverbial “side of a barn” with any pistol from farther out than about 20-25 yards. Develop a good TWO handed stance. A one handed stance will NEVER be as stable as the two handed one. A center mass shot, with a .45 Cal round, even if the adversary is wearing armor, will either give you the opportunity to get a better shot or to vacate the area.

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      • Cyberats

        The 12.7x99mm round will penetrate a plate, but that’s not what is discussed here.
        Don’t have to be that accurate with the ole M82A1, you get it within 6in. it will still kill.
        .45 cal for smack power huh ? I’ve already purchased the Glock 19 awhile back, hating the recoil & two stage trigger, but I can get 14 of 15 in the circle at 10m. My only worries are overpenetration using even hollow points. Should’ve opted for the slimmer 1911, but hind sight 20/20, I need a new source of income if I am to switch weapons.
        As for stance, like I said, I want to show a small profile, two hands is fine if you are LEO, rolled down you vehicle window, wearing body armor. I am a soft target.

        • The HoG

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