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Old 11-25-2008, 04:55 PM   #11
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Well I may have to follow iloveguns and go with Lonewolf guide rod and spring.



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Old 11-25-2008, 07:02 PM   #12
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Well I may have to follow iloveguns and go with Lonewolf guide rod and spring.

Its worth the money IMO. Good luck and let me know what you decide. I just ordered another one for my Glock20.


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Old 11-27-2008, 06:21 PM   #13
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All this talk of hot loads has got me nervos ! darn-it !!I just bought some
Hornady .45 230 gr.JHP/WTP + P for my G 36 .I've never shot anything
other than Winchester White box 230 gr. out of it before , so what up ??
Can I shoot them or not ??

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All this talk of hot loads has got me nervos ! darn-it !!I just bought some
Hornady .45 230 gr.JHP/WTP + P for my G 36 .I've never shot anything
other than Winchester White box 230 gr. out of it before , so what up ??
Can I shoot them or not ??
Yes. The rest of this is to make the 10 character minimum...
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Yes. The rest of this is to make the 10 character minimum...
Thanks a ton ,I'm going to the range tommorow and that puts me at ease.
Can't wait !!

Oh yeah , Happy turkey day !!
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Old 11-27-2008, 11:56 PM   #16
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I know a few PD's that use +P+ ammo and I used to reserve for one of them. As far as I know they have had no problems.

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Not to claim laziness here, but if anyone has a source for limitations by manufacturer and model, it could save someone some hurt. I carry 147gr +p JHP in the XD 9, but I can't provide any documentation stating that it isn't going to earn me an orange-tipped cane and a seeing-eye dog. At the range it's always 115 gr FMJ.

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^ I have to agree. Just because you do it, doesn't mean that it's okay by the manufucturer. I posted the three that I know to be fact, and the sources.

I couldn't find anything on the Glock website, or the manual, for the safe and authorized use of +P or +P+ from the manufacturer themselves.

A source would be handy for a lot of people.

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I know..... but I'm trying. http://www.internetarmory.com/handgunammo.htm



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