is their a specific recipe or even a general rule for loading cast lead to shoot out of a stock G35 barrel to avoid leading. I.E. Heavy boolit & slow powder or light lead boolit (140 gr) & faster powder? Just picked up a G35 for club matches and since we don't have to meet any power factors I'll just be loading real light plinking loads. I hate to go aftermarket barrel because my experience with my G32 40 cal conversion barrel is a little bit of a PIA. It never leads but the chamber is so tight (KKM or EFK? don't remember) I have to hand check every single loaded rd to see if it will chamber all the way. I get about a 15 to 20% failure rate due to the Glock bulge. (LE range pickup brass) I then toss those rds in a special bucket for my Steyr M40 with its generous chamber. I load on a Dillon SDB so there's no way to remove the bulge w/o getting another press. Not real worried about the bulges since I never load anything hotter than the mid range loads in the loading manuals. Suggestions? Powders? TIA Wanna kill these ads? We can help!