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Reload recommendation

Discussion in 'Band of Glockers' started by jeric777, Jan 23, 2006.

  1. jeric777

    jeric777

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    anong mas magandang reload para sa glock? teflon coated o copper coated?
     
  2. Ersatz0906

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    gamit ko teflon coated, very easy to clean after shooting...
    I havnt use copper coated but in cleaning same with teflon.

    the only difference that I know is the price, I could get teflon around 5.75 while copper coated is 6pesos
     

  3. Django

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    Go for teflon. Better if you use FMJ.
     
  4. batangueno

    batangueno Shock Resist

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    Teflon that is .356 in diameter. I've experienced in my G17 na yung .355 na teflon balagbag.
     
  5. jeric777

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    medyo mahal kasi fmj e, kaya reloads gamit ko, yung teflon coated, parang ordinary lang ata na pintura, at pag copper coated, parang manipis din ata coat nya, kaya bago lumabas ng barrel, baka may leading na.
     
  6. bikethief

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    Get teflon heads from true weight. Kapal ng teflon. No significant fouling.
     
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    FYI, there are fmj reloads din , mejo crispilicious pa ang recoil impulse
     
  8. Django

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    Very true. I was referring to FMJ reloads in my earlier post.
     
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    hmm... may fmj pala na reloads... mga magkano kaya?
     
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    Not sure, but armscore can do reloads with your empty shells with FMJ. dont know about the price, maybe a bit expensive compare to teflon. try mo muna teflon...

    sir can frequent use of FMJ significantly increase wear of the barrel?
     
  11. jhun

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    Last time I asked, it was 6 pesos. sayo ang shell
     
  12. Django

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    Jeric777,

    P6.00 per bullet if you're a member of Armscor. If not, I think it's around P7.00.

    Ersatz,

    It would depend on the number of grains and the type of gumpowder you load behind the bullet. But theoretically, all things equal, the fmj's will wear out your barrel faster than lead, the latter being generally a softer metal than the former. Unless it is already an alloy and mixed with other metals as what some lead bullet manufacturers do.

    But not to worry. Your barrel was designed for fmj's and not for lead. :)
     
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    you guyz know where i can buy a ported barrel for my 24c?
     
  14. boholglock

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    Lone Wolf could be a plce to check.
    If you mean locally, a 24c barrel s very hard to find.
     
  15. mtho

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    sorry twilight zone again
     
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    has anyone been able to prepare loads for the G21 that would pass in standard, or rather, with a PF of 165 or above? would appreciate any assistance on the matter