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Glock 23C

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by Doogledog, Oct 29, 2009.

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  1. Doogledog

    Doogledog Member

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    Does anyone reload for a glock model 23C? I've tried 180 Gr. lead with 4.5 Gr. of bullseye. I get a lot of leading around the ports. Is that simply too hot a load for the porting? I also have unique and Win. 231 powders. Is either of those two a better selection or do I need to cut back on the load of bullseye? I've got 500 rounds of Missouri Bullet Company's 180 Gr. bullets and I need a good powder recommendation for that pistol.
    Thanks,
    Doogle
     
  2. AKElroy

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    Stock polygonal barrels in Glocks do not care for casts & foul badly. Can create pressure issues.
     
  3. Superblackrifle

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    I reload for a G27 and use hard cast lead 18 hardness with my own lube. Get a mop put some metal polish on it put a rod in a drill and polish your barrel. will not lead and cleans easier. increases accuracy too
     
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