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Recently a guy on another websight suggested that a top load 357Sig reload can blow up a Glock if the crimp is applied too strong. All he offered for the comment was "Ask me how I know this." While I do know that the 357Sig is loaded to higher SAAMI pressures then many other of the usual auto pistol rounds, I have NEVER heard of ANY cartridge (rifle or pistol) blowing up a pistol solely due to over crimping the case. If a "blow-up" truly happened, I would presume the cause was more likely due to his reload going over the red line of the SAAMI limit to begin with.... and much less to do with an excess crimp on a round reloaded within SAAMI limits.
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I am a big CZ fan. Not the best firearms for everybody but those who like them like them a lot.
I went to the range today intending to rent a Glock 30 because i'm considering it for purchase as a CCW. Unfortunately they didn't have the 30, but, they had a 36 instead so I rented it. After firing a few rounds of it, I noticed that the recoil was a bit punchy. I am wondering what the difference in recoil is between them. I'm guessing the 30 should have less recoil because it has more weight. But how much less? Should I even bother trying to rent a Glock 30 if i've already test fired the 36? My plan is, if I thought the Glock 30 was too punchy, then I was going to just get the Glock 19.
I'm looking for a side by side picture of the new P10-C and a gen 4 Glock 19 so I can verify in my own twisted mind that the P10-C will be as narrow as the Glock 19 gen 4. If anyone has both so I can see a side by side on the grip width, I would really appreciate it. Already ordered the gun, first gun I've ever ordered without handling. Thanks for the help guys/gals....
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