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Glock G20 G3 15+1 10mm 4.6"
by Adam H Date Added: Thursday 29 October, 2009
I forgot to mention that my G20 does not destroy brass, as indicated by another reviewer.

My older G22 (first generation) definitely shows the signs of cases bulging, which is typical for older Glocks. The case bulges have never affected my reloading, though. The cases resize fine and don't make any difference compared to unbulged cases I pick up on the range.

I have read that newer Glocks (like my new third generation G20 that I bought from Bud's) were designed to fix this problem. I have collected all my brass from my G20 and have not found one bulged case. I haven't reloaded any yet, but have no reason to think I shouldn't use my own fired cases.

I also shoot lead bullets through my stock (ie. no after market barrel) G22/G23's without any issues. I clean every 200-300 rounds to avoid possible kabooms, but the money saved on lead reloads is huge. Maybe some people have had kabooms simply because they were shooting lead through their Glocks, but I really doubt it. I tend to listen to people with real world experience, not people who lurk around forums that have only heard about things...

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
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