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Old 02-26-2015, 13:42   #1
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Underwoods 220gr flat nose hardcast lead ....

Thinking about running a box or 2 thru my new stock G20SF ...
Anything I need to know before I do ?

I guess I am mostly concerned with "tumbling" ...

Kinda wondering about leading too.
I am not familiar with better cleaning products for leaded barrels.
And also wondering how many boxes I could put through the barrel before leading becomes a concern ...

Thanks !
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I think accuracy will really suffer...

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I know I'm going to get some heat for this but they shouldn't be a problem. I shoot RNLFP bullets through my 30sf with no leading problems and great accuracy. I have shot 200 rds in a shooting session and it only takes about 25 passes with a brass brush to make the barrel sparkling clean again. Those that frown on cast lead bullets in glocks have probably never tried them.

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