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    • By tercel89
      Is it possible to reload .40S&W to where it's very lightly loaded and have it function in a Glock 22 ? The reason I ask is because I can take my Lonewolf conversion barrel that converts .40 to 9mm and put it in my Glock 22 (.40) and shoot 9mm. It functions just fine with ONLY putting the conversion barrel in. Even with the original recoil springs , extractors and all. So this makes me think that if I reload some .40S&W rounds to where they are lightly loaded like plinking rounds , that they would cycle the gun and run correctly.  I hear and read about how the .40S&W cartridge is very high pressure and that they don't have much "wiggle room" . Well why wouldn't they cycle and function correctly in a Glock 22 if the same Glock 22 runs light loaded 9mm's with only adding a conversion barrel ?  What are you guys thoughts ? I have only been reloading around 2 years or so , so I am still learning at this point.  What you guys think ?
      I have an over flowing 5 gal bucket of once fired .45 brass. I would like to trade for once fired 9mm. Might consider selling if no trades. Also have 1/2 5 gal bucket of once fired .223 for trade to 9mm.
    • By Ray Z
      I found this in one of my reloaded cartridges. What the hell could make this kind of mark on the base? It is very sharp [Snags the fingernail] and I can't read the manufacture stamp

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