Originally Posted by Recomm
I haven't looked into a local reloader but I'll get on that. It's seems like the consensus is that the main issue could possibly be hot loads blowing the gun up. How hot are we talking? Can I just get a match barrel and call it good? How can I tell if the company makes quality reloads?
I found out about Georgia Arms from web surfing and at our local gun shows. As far as your "hot load" question... It all comes down to preasures and several other factors like powder types etc.. Best thing I could recommend is to look through reloading manuals and to also check out sites like Handloads.com. They provide ballistic information and reload data from folks like me who roll their own (so to speak).. Mounting a match barrel is not the answer. Most times (not sure since it's not happened to me ever) it's chamber over preasure that leads to failure and the "exploded" gun..