Personally I see nothing wrong in buying and shooting reloads. Georgia Arms is one of our biggest vendors for reloaded ammo as well as components. I believe most of the issues with reloads blowing up guns has to do with poor attention to detail or by the reloader running too hot a load through his weapon when it was noit designed for it. Kinda like running NoS through a VW Beetle... Not designed to do that from the factory.
Anywho, most reloaders will keep track of what they are doing and will measure every tenth round to make sure they are not double loading on powder or will just make sure they are being consistent. But if you already have a reputable vendor like Georgia Arms in your area..? I say go for it.
And I've experienced bad OEM ammo over the years to know that they are not infalable...
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