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ok ba gumamit ng reload ammo?

Discussion in 'Band of Glockers' started by bertud ng putik, Feb 23, 2005.

  1. bertud ng putik

    bertud ng putik

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    gud am bogs!, tanong ko lang kung ok ba gumamit ng reload for my norinco 1911A1? its still new, just bought it last dec. 2004 nakaka 50 rnds pa lang ako ng FMJ sa baril ko. nasa break in process pa lang ako. kasabihan kasi di ba pag gumamit ka ng reload or plated factory ammo, kailangang magbanlaw ng FMJ ammo para mawala yung lead na naiwan sa barrel. at nasa manual kasi na avoid using reload ammo. mas nakakasama ba sa barrel ang gumamit ng reload or plated factory tapos mag babanlaw ng FMJ para mawala lead content sa barrel? tnx!
     
  2. FAlvar

    FAlvar I love Iya

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    Ang warning advising against reloaded ammo ay naroon kasi wala o inferior ang QC ng hobbyist reloader kesa factory. Kumbaga eh di mo alam kung na double o under charge ang isang reloaded round.

    As for shooting FMJ after shooting lead bullets, IMHO, it's unnecessary. I shoot lead bullets exclusively and my barrels aren't leaded. Getting lead deposits in the barrel is normal after shooting lead bullets (siyempre) pero this kind of deposit is easily removed. Ang totoong leading problem is caused by driving lead bullets to very high speeds (magnum loads), your 45 doesn't see these velocities (at least I hope not)
     

  3. batangueno

    batangueno Shock Resist

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    Don't shoot fmj after lead, they say that's a kB waiting to happen. Pareload ka ng lang ng fmj heads to use for the break-in, makakatipid ka pa instead of using factory fmj ammo.
     
  4. darwin25

    darwin25 Make your move

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    I guess that factory ammo is necessary in the break-in process to ensure proper funtioning in your gun. As they say above QC of ammo issues. No double charge/under charge ng powder. Under charged ammo might not get you gun to properly function. As well with over/double charged ammo. Paluluwagin mo kasi kasukasuan ng baril mo e kaya Standard pressure/full power ammo is essential. I guess its FMJ because its the cheapest factory ammo you can get. But thats just my opinion
     
  5. Mang Danny

    Mang Danny

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    darwin25 is right. Use factory FMJ ammo for proper break-in. You feel the action to smooth up at around 300 rounds, at 500 rounds, the barrel will be "conditioned".

    Shooting FMJ after lead is a BAD IDEA!
     
  6. vega

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    After you have broke-in your pistol you can use re-loaded ammo. Like what the guys said, you use factory ammo to ensure that your pistol is reliable. Just make sure that you have a reliable source, baka ma-double or under charge ka. Anyway kahit factory loads may squibb din.

    vega
     
  7. Mang Danny

    Mang Danny

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    I had 1 squibb sa Sellier & Bellot 45ACP noong 2002. Reload ko wala pa (knock on wood).