Discussion in 'On Topic' started by krott5333, Mar 14, 2006.
hope that round isnt a reload
Since you can't shoot reloads in Glocks
According to Glock its not a good idea.. but go ahead and troll away saying its a liability issue.. we can go round and round.. but its proven that reloaded causes a higher probability for KB
fixed. and not all reloaders suck shit enough to have a KB. if you double load a 40, its going to blow up. pay attention to what you're doing, and you will be fine
It's an issue if you suck at reloading, there are thousands of people that have put thousands of reloads through their Glocks without a problem. The reason there's a higher probability is because John Doe is more likely to fucked up and overcharge a case than a large company like Federal, Winchester, etc. And no major company recommends reloads through thier guns, it's a CYA issue.
exactly what I just said.. but using reloades does increase the chance of a KB.. its not just overcharge, but the bullet itself
WTF does it have to do with the bullet?
I found it before when I googled GLock KB the described that most Glock KB's arent an overcharge...
if I wasnt lazy and tired of beating a dead horse I would look it up again.
Do it lazy, I'm curious.
What the hell.. I am reading it.. it was an easy find..
this sentence sums it up..
"The partially unsupported chamber in the Glock exacerbates this problem.
and reading this it can be causes by various reasons relaated to the bullet itself and not necessarily a overcharge.
Mainly weak brass and what they can "hard crimping" causes increased pressure inside the bullet.
hard crimping is just seating the bullet too long, which can lead to excessive chamber pressures. This can happen in any firearms, I thought you were referring to something that was specific to only Glocks
I just shot about 300 reloads this morning
it has nothing to do with the bullet
I assumed he meant the bullet itself at first, but it's really just a seating depth thing, which is extremely easy to control.
what Goat said.. it is the bullet
ARE YOU OK!!!!
fact of the matter is that if you're not an idiot, pay attention to what you're doing, your glock wont KB
you double charge a load, you KB your gun, not just a Glock, but most likely any gun.
y2kaccord has more than likely never touched a reloading bench in his life, thus his opinion means shit in this dicussion. he's just making one more attempt to talk shit on glocks
The unsupported chamber in the glock doesnt help the situation
I'm fine but the paper didnt make it
that tree had potential could of been a coffee table
the talk of Glocks KBing is bullshit. its something like 65% of the LE in america use some sort of Glock, most being the G22/23. that is a HELL of alot of glock 40s being used, shot all the time. the more of one gun you have around, the more of a chance you're going to hear of something bad happening with it.
if everyone and there brother used a sig, im sure we'd hear more about KBs and whatnot coming from them.
It's not really the bullet itself, but the over all length of the cartridge. The depth you set the bullet to determines the length, so the bullet doesn't cause the problem, the length of the case does.
And like I said before, this is an issue in any gun, not just a Glock.