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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Feb 2011
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    Omaha, Nebraska
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    Joined the Glock KB club this week.

    Case separation on a hot (but less than max listed) 10mm load fired in a Glock 20SF. Fortunately, there is a Glock armorer on staff at the range and I had parts replaced and was back on the line in less than 10 minutes. Still, it has shaken my confidence somewhat, and I am starting to worry about the 230gr Hornady TAP +P rounds that I carry in my Glock 21SF. I am 50 now and have been loading ammunition since I was 15, and after tens of thousands of rounds fired in about everything that has a trigger, this is my first KB. I guess that if I need to carry any hots loads, I better use one of my CZ's or Smith and Wessons.

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  3. #2
    Join Date
    Sep 2010
    Location
    Tacoma, Washington
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    Yes being that Glock says not to use reloaded ammo in the gun. But due to it being cheaper I have put 2,000 rounds through my Glock 19 3rd gen without any problems. But they were not +P rounds. I am glad that you had no injuries and your gun was back up and working. I would have a hard time trusting my gun if that happened to me for I am attached to my fingers.

  4. #3
    Join Date
    Apr 2011
    Location
    Northern Oklahoma
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    71
    Punch, i carry S&W my self, and S&W states do not use +P loads in any of there weapons, it will void any Factory warrenty. I found this in my ownes manual for my M&P 40. Just food for thought.

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