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9mm Round Problem

Discussion in 'Caliber Corner' started by TDR, Apr 4, 2010.

  1. TDR

    TDR

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    I noticed my G19 ammo looked different the other day.
    It appears there is a length difference in some of the rounds.
    Here is a photo of two different rounds.
    Is this difference enough to worry about?

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  2. sigcalcatrant

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    Is it all from the same box? Has it been chambered before?
     

  3. TDR

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    Yes I believe it is from the same box.
    It's my carry ammo and probably more than a year old.
    It has been chambered before, I can't be sure how many times but probably at least 5 times.
    Is there somewhere I can get the spec on the ammo to see what it should be?
    I am buying new carry ammo and want to shoot this batch off but I'm nervous seeing the setback difference.
     
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  4. fsqridah

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    Don't risk it, pal. If those things happen to be set back too far and produce too much chamber pressure, you'll at least lose your gun if not your fingers. Dispose of them properly and move on.