Due to the chamber design you should not shoot reloads in a glock to do so VOIDS any factory warrenty from that point on weather you had the failure with a factory load or a reload.
ir you have on in 45acp it is easy to get a double or triple charge (with some powders) into a 45acp case. my plinking load is 5gr of 700x or titegroup. Now you go and stuff 10gr of either powder in there and boy you might come on with a hand you might not.
Any links to info would be appreciated. Thanks.#1 voids warranty
IF you want to safely shoot reloads, lead or jacketed, for your own protection and SAFETY....change the barrel to an after-market barrel that has been heat treated !
Far too many GLOCKS have been blown up with Factory loads...even more with reloads !
Glocks barrels DO NOT support the rear of the case like SAAMI spec replacement barrels.
PLEASE heed this warning and be safe !
Why? The arguments for and against shooting lead bullets & reloaded ammuniation in polygonal-rifled barrels go back well before 2007/2008. There hasn't been some change in technology in 2007/2008 to turn the debate on its head.Would like the latest (2007/2008) information on USING QUALITY RELOADED AMMUNITION IN 3rd Gen Glock Pistols! Only Late Info 2007/2008, PLEASE!!!
Has anyone ever heard of accidentally blowing up a Glock using handloads by filling it up too much?