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Black_SIR
03-09-2009, 08:31
kulelat ba ang .40 sa glock?

kabooom issues here??

atmarcella
03-10-2009, 01:16
medyo. i changed my barrel to barsto bcos of that reason.

theTactician
03-10-2009, 01:18
yes sir, a friend of mine had a glock 23 which blew up in his hand. good thing only a few minor injuries. til now, i still dont understand why. based on experience and from what i know, glocks have the toughest barrels ever.

bagito
03-10-2009, 01:36
just use factory ammo and you'll be fine and if u have money to burn change stock to aftermarket barrel like barsto or kkm.

atmarcella
03-10-2009, 02:18
i still dont understand why

40 glock lack case support. tested and proven by someone named "clark" sa THR forum.

jimbullet
03-10-2009, 03:14
Yes, its the lack of full case support and having a high pressure load would actually make it prone to a KB. In fairness, most of the 40cal pistols from what I understand has this problem (i.e. unsupported chamber) but the spotlight are on glocks

jasonub
03-10-2009, 04:28
its normal for it. get a 1911 in 40

Black_SIR
03-10-2009, 04:45
wow..... that sounds bad..

where can we get barsto or wilson barrel for g23??

MERCMADE
03-10-2009, 08:57
mukhang sa g23 lalo, I think it has something to do with slide velocities,mas mabilis yata bumukas yung g23 ergo the KB's or something like that.tacticians friend is my friend too, i was there when his g23 kb'd.

I have a g22 and a g30 .i use reloads on the g22 so far ok nman but I meticulously check my shells , i use a bullet gauge, not an expert though.the g 30 i havent shot with reloads yet. I'm not saying you should use reloads though, just sharing.

MERCMADE
03-10-2009, 09:01
........

apfire26
03-10-2009, 09:05
If it was that big of a problem they would stop making the 23. IMO

theTactician
03-11-2009, 00:37
[QUOTE=MERCMADE;12477293]mukhang sa g23 lalo, I think it has something to do with slide velocities,mas mabilis yata bumukas yung g23 ergo the KB's or something like that.tacticians friend is my friend too, i was there when his g23 kb'd.

yeah, i remember our friend too. did he get a new glock though?
as for me, im happy with my HK in 40 cal. shot thousands of rounds through it without a single hiccup. also some of our friends have HK 40 cals and they have yet to experience a KB. could it possibly mean that HK's are better than glocks when it comes to the 40 cal round?:whistling: what do you guys think?

atmarcella
03-11-2009, 02:17
lahat naman na baril me weakness. if i had a 1911 40cal i would........ take it to a gunsmith hehehe

eug3n3_d3nn1s
03-11-2009, 02:51
Diba lahat naman ng glocks, if not the majority of their models, eh susceptible sa KB pag gumagamit ka ng reloaded na bala?

liveandletlive
03-11-2009, 04:35
I think it is a combination of high pressure round + partially unsupported chamber +/- firing with the barrel slightly out of battery. Or so I have read somewhere...

Black_SIR
03-11-2009, 08:07
sabi kasi all glcoks are very good excet sa .40 :crying:

unsuported nga daw barrel.. pero if not good eh bakit issue ng FBI??

bulm540
03-11-2009, 17:51
Because they use factory loads.

Allegra
03-11-2009, 18:50
Because they use factory loads.


heehee short but simple explanation

If I was an LEO , a 23 would be my choice

Kaiser Soze
03-11-2009, 20:36
its normal for it. get a 1911 in 40

Aren't these also prone to KB's as well? A customer went to SOE one time and showed his unit, and the scars he receiver from the KB he experienced. :wow:

jasonub
03-11-2009, 22:42
usually ejector fire double load or squib followed by another round. but if your injured its double load or ejector fire.

MERCMADE
03-12-2009, 02:04
[QUOTE=MERCMADE;12477293]mukhang sa g23 lalo, I think it has something to do with slide velocities,mas mabilis yata bumukas yung g23 ergo the KB's or something like that.tacticians friend is my friend too, i was there when his g23 kb'd.

yeah, i remember our friend too. did he get a new glock though?
as for me, im happy with my HK in 40 cal. shot thousands of rounds through it without a single hiccup. also some of our friends have HK 40 cals and they have yet to experience a KB. could it possibly mean that HK's are better than glocks when it comes to the 40 cal round?:whistling: what do you guys think?

he still carries the same gun, the 1st time his gun kb'd extractor lang ang nasira.the 2nd time purely case failure lang ,hinde naano ung baril, he suffered minor burns though

mansky
03-12-2009, 02:40
siguro depende din sa reloads, bullet quality

i own a G30sf and i've been firing reloads for the past 2 months courtesy of a friend who reloads .45acp. so far, everything is firing, extracting, and ejecting smoothly.

jasonub
03-12-2009, 06:24
90,000 rounds on my 40 svi no kabooms. This is my actual experience, ill reach the 100,000 rounds real soon.

As for glocks, too many broken ones that i saw and know a lot of friends who had problems with theirs from kabooms to broken breechfaces. It turned me off. I almost bought one. Put a downpayment on a 19 but changed it to a 92fs since it was better looking and uso "die hard" lethal weapon"

Give a pistol to an ipsc shooter, wag pato ha mga texas naman who knows what it takes to win, hehehe. You will find out what breaks and what doesnt. We choose a reliable gun since you will loose even if your very good with a teka teka pistol.

For me production guns are more prone to damage than 1911's 2011's. I talked to fellow top shooters who shot or used to shoot glocks, cz's, tangfolios, and now the new sti prod gun. The last one has good reviews so far from champion prod shooters. No parts breaking yet.

My personal experience is on sigs 226/220, hk usp 9 and 45, beretta 92fs, and para LDA on production guns and armscor 1911, armscor double stack, armscor officers, para p14. STI, and SVI.

Ngayon i only have 2 pistols. 1 for matches and 1 for carry. an officers 1911 and an svi. Both for me are the best for their particular purpose. Single platform same aiming characteristics and same controls. I can shoot accurately and quickly with both and both are reliable. But the officers is a heavy sob compared to my hk45 :)

Bottom line is whatever you choose, practice with it a lot. If you choose an hk glock sig sti, colt, etc make sure it works and you know you can hit with it no matter what the circumstances dictate.

9MX
03-12-2009, 07:37
[QUOTE=jasonub;12491780]90,000 rounds on my 40 svi no kabooms. This is my actual experience,

Give a pistol to an ipsc shooter, wag pato ha mga texas naman who knows what it takes to win, hehehe. You will find out what breaks and what doesnt. We choose a reliable gun since you will loose even if your very good with a teka teka pistol.

/QUOTE]

way to go texas!

from donald,daisy, and daffy:supergrin:

Black_SIR
03-12-2009, 09:42
most kaboom daw is also from weak shells na.. ingat sa overused shells