Yesterday my father and I went out shooting -- some of you may have read the thread I started.
He brought his .44mag Super Blackhawk, and we were shooting ~12 year old many times again reloaded ammo. Out of the ~60 rounds we wanted to burn thru we had three rounds split the brass/case down the side.
My question is, if a case rupture like that would have happened on one of my many GLOCK's, would it most likely end up in a major failure??
Thanks, and so far my GLOCK's have performed near flawlessly. The only problems I've had was with Fiocchi (or however it's spelled) .45ACP rounds. Out of 50, 230gr FMJ rounds I had two that didn't go off and one that failed to eject. (Stuck in chamber as if it expanded or something.)
GLOCK G17, G22, G31 & G36.
Ruger GP100 357mag