That's no brainer, of course it is cost efficient to have one reloaded. P17 compared to P8. Maybe I jumped too soon, you might be a newbie and doesn't know yet how much it cost to reload.
Yes, you can bring your own shells and have them reloaded by Armscor, either in Marikina or MCS.Originally posted by jimbullet
I had very serious lock ups on my glock when I used their ammo in Mkti Cinema Square. I noticed that their brass has buldges, which is ordinary for brass that has been reloaded for dozens of times but my pistol will not go back in full battery at times and locks up the firearm. I was advised to use my own brass. Anyway, will inquire with them if I can have my own brass loaded instead of swapping with their own brass. Thanks
the only reason you should change barrels is if you want to shoot lead, now if you want to improve accuracy you could try TR grahams "slide lock", click this:Originally posted by jimbullet
Would you guys say that if I replaced the factory barrel with a barsto, can a glock become tackers? I mean as accurate as a perfectly tuned 1911 pistol, which could drive shot after shot at the same hole it made on its first shot? Im still kinda novice with glocks as my mileage is still at about 500 rds against my 1911 experience.
no problem w/ teflon, my stock glock barrel went thru 5k rounds of teflon w/o problems, just clean w/ hoppes and brass brush every 500 or so roundsOriginally posted by jimbullet
Is there no worries in using teflon coated ammo? If there is none, its cheaper than the TMJ, FMJs. How much teflon coated ammo have you gone thru your glock? Have you noticed any lead or teflon residue left inside the barrel after shooting it?