Originally Posted by JR
The primer look like it has a little more pressure than a standard 40 or 9 but that is to be expected when shooting 357. If you notice primer perforation then there is a problem developing for sure.
Thanks JR for your input and I dont mean to be redundant,but the primer has a slight scar on top then the strike then a gouge opposite the scar. Would you recommend I contact Glock? Thanks again!