They’re making way for the 6 round version.....
Flame cutting is usually a phenomenon in hot low weight .357 mag, not heavy .38 special rounds....
I realize his stuff is loaded hot, but not...
Take a toothbrush to the cylinder to get the carbon/lead off. Try a bronze brush on the “flame cutting” around the barrel.
If it is flame...
Looks normal to me.
I have the 461 and 462. I’d buy another.
At that price I don’t think you can go wrong.
both mine are in the recall, but I prefer the hammer...
I also have a thc model and a 1006. Glock 20, 29, a 610, etc.
im one of the lucky ones too I guess
Recoils less. Doesn’t like jhp. Hold open on last round.
Well placed .32, or bad breath distances, will do the job as well.
80% lower might be cheaper
Need the 3”
Where’s the shop selling the 3” 10mm? At that price I’d be interested
I found a 24 top end a few years ago. I put it on my 22 frame and it’s a nice shooter.
All guns should function with steel. It might be tough on extractors though.
Guns with super tight chambers also don’t like the lacquer...
If you really want it to be a soft shooter you could look for a glock 20 to 357sig conversion barrel.
and while you’re at it, might as well get...
If you’re worried about it get yourself a $100 or less aftermarket barrel.
If you’re not hot rodding your .40 brass, factory barrel should be ok.
I know. If it was a hand fitted 1911 I’d rub it with a diaper and say sweet nothings to it.
Love my glocks, but literally think they run better...
It’s a glock. They don’t mind running dry or dirty, etc.....
Id say hst of any variety in 147 grain weight.
Nice. Mine doesn’t play nice with swc’s. Otherwise, i love it.
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