|Founder||Peter Pi, Sr.|
|Fate||takeover (after bankruptcy in November, 2017)|
Cor-Bon/Glaser LLC is a manufacturer of small arms ammunition.
Based in Sturgis, South Dakota, Cor-Bon/Glaser Ammunition originated when Peter Pi Sr. started making handgun hunting ammo in 1982 because the commonly available ammunition at that time was performing poorly. Pi noticed that hollow point ammunition would not expand and went about creating a line of ammunition with reliable expansion.
In 2017 the Company was sold to TA Perrine and moved to Wooster, OH.
On June 23, 2011 the company opened the CorBon Law Enforcement Training Center (CLETC) in Sturgis, South Dakota. The center has several shooting ranges to train law enforcement officers. CLETC closed in 2015 due to a lack of business.
Cor-bon produces several product lines of ammunition:
Glaser Safety Slug has several product lines:
Note: Some of these products produce Plus P pressures. Do not use in your firearms unless you know for certain it is Plus P capable!
Cor-Bon designed and developed the .32 NAA, essentially a .380 ACP case necked-down to a .32 caliber bullet, and the NAA Guardian .32 NAA pocket pistol in partnership with North American Arms (NAA). At the 2004 SHOT Show, Cor-Bon and NAA introduced their jointly developed .25 NAA.
Cor-bon is owned by Dakota Ammo Incorporated, makers of firearms and ammunition.
“With few exceptions, such as the Speer 135 gr +P JHP and Barnes XPB, the vast majority of .38 Sp JHP’s fail to expand when fired from 2″ barrels in the 4 layer denim test
Peter Pi Sr. founded Dakota Ammunition manufacturer of Corbon/Glaser Products
The hands down winner of the day was CorBon DPX 115 grain +P HP.
Glaser Safety Slugs, made by Cor-Bon, are one exotic round I can fully recommend