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Reloading for a Glock

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by Littlewolf, Jan 13, 2013.

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  1. Littlewolf

    Littlewolf Member

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    Been thinking about reloading for a Glock in 10mm. What thoughts do you reloaders have for that caliber?
     
  2. Peter M. Eick

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    For my G20, I replaced the barrel as I was getting glock smiles. If you want shoot with the factory barrel, use hornady data for it. It is the mildest I know of. If you replace the barrel, I go nuclear levels with 800X mostly.
     
  3. loadedround

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    I would replace your barrel with a quality after market one, especially if you plan to shoot cast bullets.
     
  4. greenlion

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    If your G20 is of more recent manufacture, all you need to do is avoid using lead bullets..
     
  5. Mike 27

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    Hot loads through the gen 3 will kill your brass. Not sure if they tightened the chamber on the gen 4's. Also unless Hornady has lightened their loads in the most recent book the 8th edition had some extremely hot loads using AA7. I would recommend cross checking a few different sources. Great gun to shoot. I have also changed the barrel out and now it is much better on the brass. The brass can be hard to come by, and as stated the factory bbl will give you bulges especially with hot loads.
     
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