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Reloading for the G36...

Discussion in 'Reloading' started by Kapuna, Jul 15, 2011.

  1. cole

    cole Millennium Member

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    Agreed.

    I run LRN in my G30 with a LWD barrel. No issues. I prefer to save money over FMJ. Plated is not worth it at current prices.
     
  2. HarveyatPC

    HarveyatPC

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    Regardless of what bullet material used stick with a RN or RNFP (aka "cowboy style") and you'll have no feeding problems. :steamed: WRONG, WRONG, WRONG in lone wolf barrel.

    The only lead bullet to function was 230 gr, round nose in my lone wolf barrel, but the others ( 185 and 200 - LDSWC or RNFP) function perfect in the glock barrel and also my 1911. I use Berry Bullets with No Problems.

    I have to other lone wolf barrels 40 to 9mm for a G22 and 357sig for G35 and have use all weight of bullets and all have worked well. I love the 357 sig barrel, it's a fire breathing dragon!!! :cool:
     

    Last edited: Jul 22, 2011