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Corbon 110 .357...06/25/2007 ByJames Cicalese Fired from a short barrel revolver, like my 2.5 inch Ruger SP101, the 110 grain round is very controlable and accurate 357 magnum ammo. It does not have near the kick and piercing sound of any 125 grain .357 round (and I've shot along of makes). From 25 feet I was able to place five rounds, shot in quick succession, into the middle chest area of a human sillouette target. And I am not a fantastic shot. I cannot imagine any human taking more than one or two 110 grain rounds in the chest and still be able to stand. The only reason I gave it 4 stars is because I was unable to observe the hollow point expansion, although I don't doubt Corbon's representation. This round, along with the Powr'ball .357 and .38 +P series, are the only rounds I will use in my SP101.