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Old 10-02-2014, 01:01 AM   #11
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Shoot all the lead rounds u want and I bet nothing will go wrong. Glocks say not to but iv seen people shoot thousands of rounds of reload lead bullets with not one problem.

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Old 10-03-2014, 08:10 PM   #12
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I have read many of articles about the lead build up in the stock Glocks hexagonal bore . Personally , I have not shot any lead through the stock barrel so I am no authority on the subject , only what I've read .

Well , I already have the Lone Wolf barrel so I guess I'll use it . It does work much better now that the top flat has been relieved a touch .

Thanks for the info though !
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Dango, that is not "cheating". I fit barrels like I was taught in S&W armorer's school. With a file. Same results, less set up time, more care required.

"Most" drop in barrels are just that, drop in. Some require minor fitting as you found. You should have no problems going forward.
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