1st, remember that Glock has different cut rifling and clearly state to owners not to use reloaded ammo. The consensus, however, is that as long as you just reload jacketed bullets, you’ll be OK.
posted on 02/03/2013 10:43:59 AM PST
remember that Glock has different cut rifling and clearly state to owners not to use reloaded ammo.
All manufacturers say this. It's for liability only.
posted on 02/03/2013 11:02:32 AM PST
by Red in Blue PA
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Glock specifies to not use cast lead bullets with their polygonal rifling.
It is not that big of a deal.
Glock leaves a bit of the ammo casing unsupported in the chamber because glock wallows out the feed ramp a bit to aid feeding.
If worse comes to worse the case can blow out but it is not catastrophic.
I have seen this happen a few times with Glocks.
Just load jacked bullets and avoid +P loadings as the manufacture recommends. All will be well.
posted on 02/03/2013 11:05:26 AM PST
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