I've heard that glocks can't shoot reloads I'm starting to reload soon just need advice
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They can they are just more prone to case splitting due to a not fully supported chamber.
According to GLOCK and about 90% of the other manufacturers out there you are not supposed to shoot reloads. The manufacturer will not be held liable for your warranty or injuries if something happens.
DO NOT USE CAST LEAD IN A GLOCK.
I don't need No stinking signature.
Would a lonewolf barrel fix the problem? ?
Lead is no problem in a lone wolf. I'm sure for liability reasons they probably say no reloads also but That's why people buy them.
What's the worse that would happen if I ran a hot load in a lone wolf barrel? ?
Depends on how hot. Same with any other gun. Push the limits too far and kaboom.
KKM is another alternative. They cost more than Lone Wolf, and are thought to be a higher quality. I own two of them, one 10mm and one .40 S&W.