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Precision bullets through stock barrel .45?

Discussion in 'Reloading' started by JSB3, Oct 6, 2011.


  1. JSB3

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  2. 1time

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    I shoot they through 2 Glock 9mm. Several people I shoot with shoot them in their Glocks. The coating prevents them from leading the barrel.
     

  3. Colorado4Wheel

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    You have to load them perfectly. If you nick the moly while crimping they will cause issues. It's not a huge issue. It's just a little less forgiving then loading FMJ/etc. I had a Glock barrel that would not shoot them. They would lead horrible. It was the barrel not the bullets but just be aware. That same barrel shot FMJ fine. DON'T buy 3K of them as your first order. You will know in 100 rds if they work or not.
     
  4. G36_Me

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    I should have clicked on your link first
    I have no experience with this company.
     
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  5. Zombie Steve

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    I went through 500 of them through a G30 and G21. I crimped in a separate stage and still had pretty bad leading. I have less issues with straight lead, definitely less issues with fmj.
     
  6. glocknick

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    i loaded 1000 in 9mm for my g26. no issues with them at all. i believe on there website they state that they may not work in all stock glock barrels. buy 500 or 1000 and give them a try before you buy a case.