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Old November 12, 2012, 11:57 AM   #11
drail
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Both will damage your eardrums with no protection. Any cartridge fired in a handgun is so far above the normal operating range of human hearing any small difference is inconsequential. As far as your ears are concerned there is no difference between 120 db. and 125 db. If you fire a handgun with no protection you WILL damage your eardrums. But if some one is about to have you for breakfast, who cares? As far as 125 gr. vs. 158 gr. - mass is constant. Speed is whatever your barrel will give you. Unless you chrono your setup you have no idea what you're getting. Mo grains - mo betta. Besides, the blast and flash from a short 125 gr. snubbie is just silly.
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