# Difference between revisions of ".400 Corbon"

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+ | == Ballistics === | ||

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+ | ! Bullet Weight (gr) / Type !! Velocity (f/s & m/s) !! Energy (Ft lbs / Joules) | ||

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+ | | 135 gr (9 g) JHP || 1,400 ft/s (430 m/s) || 588 ft lbs (797 J) | ||

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+ | | 150 gr (10 g) JHP || 1,310 ft/s (400 m/s) || 572 ft lbs (776 J) | ||

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+ | | 165 gr (11 g) JHP || 1,250 ft/s (380 m/s) || 573 ft lbs (777 J) | ||

+ | |} |

## Revision as of 17:35, 8 February 2021

The **.400 Cor-Bon** is an automatic pistol cartridge developed by Cor-Bon in 1997. It was created to match the ballistic performance of the 10mm Auto cartridge in a .45 ACP form factor. It is essentially a .45 ACP case, necked down to .40 caliber with a 25-degree shoulder.

## Specifications

**Parent case:** .45 ACP

**Case type:** Rimless, bottleneck

**Bullet diameter:** .401 in (10.2 mm)

**Neck diameter:** .423 in (10.7 mm)

**Shoulder diameter:** .469 in (11.9 mm)

**Base diameter:** .470 in (11.9 mm)

**Rim diameter:** .471 in (12.0 mm)

**Rim thickness:** .050 in (1.3 mm)

**Case length:** .898 in (22.8 mm)

**Overall length:** 1.20 in (30 mm)

**Rifling twist:** 1:16

**Primer type:** small pistol/rifle

## Ballistics =

Bullet Weight (gr) / Type | Velocity (f/s & m/s) | Energy (Ft lbs / Joules) |
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135 gr (9 g) JHP | 1,400 ft/s (430 m/s) | 588 ft lbs (797 J) |

150 gr (10 g) JHP | 1,310 ft/s (400 m/s) | 572 ft lbs (776 J) |

165 gr (11 g) JHP | 1,250 ft/s (380 m/s) | 573 ft lbs (777 J) |