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paltic 07-12-2004 19:27

best advice we can give to a G30 owner
 
mga pare ano-ano po ba ang advice na pwedeng ibigay dito sa pinsan ko na may Glock 30:

palagi na siya pumuputok using LEAD reloaded ammos
-using brass cases na halos 10x na nai-reload.

im worried baka kako matsambahan ng KB;-(
...i'll copy & paste everything na isu-suggest ninyo. para mabasa niya sa text. tnx in advance.:cool:

jasonub 07-12-2004 19:50

sell it and buy an s_i;f

Kidding aside, as long as he does not fire more than 100 rounds it will be not that risky. but its still risky.

as for the brass, it should not be shot too much on an unsupported chamber, since its a 45 maybe 10 reloads are ok. but again still risky.

best advice is buy a new supported chambered land and groove barrel form barsto, etc. then shoot till you drop with lead rounds. as for the brass, shoot till you see a small crack on the brass and then dump it.

if he insists in using his old barrel then go for teflon, plated, or fmj and do be careful on the brass since a small crack on the base will produce the dreaded kaboom and goodby glock 30

mc_oliver 07-12-2004 19:59

With the 45 I can only offer 2 suggestions:

1. Be careful with double charged ammo, so know your load.

2. Make sure you scrub your barrel well after every range session when using lead.

;)

ReccaH 07-12-2004 20:09

Let me start. Aside sa usual tender loving care like making sure it's always clean, make it a point not to use wadcutter ammo(i think). Yun bang ammo na meron shoulder on the base of the head. It gets jammed kasi with the ejecting case. Napaaway ako sa stronghand because of that. hehe

Its not wise also to use very old bullet brass shell. Mine was not even brass coz its silver from the "baul"(old treasure chest) of my dear father. I found that the hard way.. :(

Aside from that i hope your cousin enjoys it like i do. cheers! ;z

mc_oliver 07-12-2004 20:39

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Originally posted by ReccaH
Its not wise also to use very old bullet brass shell. Mine was not even brass coz its silver from the "baul"(old treasure chest) of my dear father. I found that the hard way.. :(

Listen to Reccah even though it seems he's downplaying his experience with his G30. ;f

Btw, Reccah, musta bul storm mo? Solid pa rin ba, how many rounds na?

batangueno 07-12-2004 21:07

Here's a pic of the case failure that Reccah's G30 survived. No damage to the gun, although i think he did have a federal barrel installed. Ewan ko lang kung anong nangyari kung naka stock barrel 'yon.

http://img11.photobucket.com/albums/...se_failure.jpg

revo 07-12-2004 21:19

Replace the barrel immediately with a fully supported barrel usinhg conventional rifling.

crispin 07-12-2004 23:32

nabasa ko yung mga naka post regarding sa glock 30 and it got me thinking...eh kung ibebenta namin mag-kano na ba bentahan ng glock 30 ngayon?? knowing what i know now, me bibili pa ba nun??thanks;Q

batangueno 07-13-2004 00:04

Quote:

Originally posted by crispin
nabasa ko yung mga naka post regarding sa glock 30 and it got me thinking...eh kung ibebenta namin mag-kano na ba bentahan ng glock 30 ngayon?? knowing what i know now, me bibili pa ba nun??thanks;Q
Post mo dito yung asking price...kita mo marami pa rin interasado. :)

kristiansen 07-13-2004 00:54

ah oo nga.how much?

jasonub 07-13-2004 01:02

he he he will sell it and get an s_i;f

doctabako 07-13-2004 01:13

Lead and old brass cases? in a stock barreled Glock? He's asking for trouble with a capital KB :)

07-13-2004 05:40

Which caliber is recommended here in the Phils if you purchase a Glock? Definitely not .40 diba? We shoot a lot of reloads here kasi since mahal ang factory. Pati ba .45 hindi rin advisable? (G21s and G30s?)

ReccaH 07-13-2004 08:09

Sumikat na naman G30 ko! hehe. The gun still works fine up to now and honestly was amazed that nothing bad happened to my gun. Nevermind my hand...

MC_O - I'm still in love with my Bul Storm even with the falls(plural) hehe. Primarily because of its nice trigger pull.:cool:

deenoh 07-13-2004 09:38

Quote:

Originally posted by ian_g
Which caliber is recommended here in the Phils if you purchase a Glock? Definitely not .40 diba? We shoot a lot of reloads here kasi since mahal ang factory. Pati ba .45 hindi rin advisable? (G21s and G30s?)
If you ask Judge or Saruman, they'll tell you to get a .40 S(wift)&W(icked) ;f ;f If you ask ppts or homogenizer or even me, we'll tell you to get a 9mm ;f But its really up to you and what caliber you feel comfortable with.

kristiansen 07-13-2004 17:38

my G22 works just fine.no jams,no FTF,no hiccups ,no nothing.its flawless! get something in 40 cal.:) Saruman,back me up here;f

JuDGe 07-13-2004 18:18

For defense and carry...I'd go with a .40S&W Anytime.... Everytime! :cool:

For IPSC Production.... well that's another story.... ;f

JuDGe 07-13-2004 18:20

Quote:

Originally posted by kristiansen
my G22 works just fine.no jams,no FTF,no hiccups ,no nothing.its flawless! get something in 40 cal.:)
Must be your premium factory loads and power-puff reloads! ;f ;f ;f

Alexii 07-13-2004 19:07

Quote:

Originally posted by ian_g
Which caliber is recommended here in the Phils if you purchase a Glock? Definitely not .40 diba? We shoot a lot of reloads here kasi since mahal ang factory. Pati ba .45 hindi rin advisable? (G21s and G30s?)
That depends on a lot of factors which includes, but not linmited to-- the size of your hands, the intended or projected use for the pistol, and the availability of your chosen caliber.

That said, I would personally consider a 9mm Glock to be the most versatile choice.

YMMV

9MX 07-13-2004 19:43

Quote:

Originally posted by JuDGe
Must be your premium factory loads and power-puff reloads! ;f ;f ;f
hehehe ;z


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