Do cast bullets shoot well in glocks. Neighbor bought A 36 yesterday and I told him I could load some rounds for him. Just not sure about lead in glocks.
Yup...+1!Papalote said:I took heed to the warning not to shoot cast in Glock factory barrels. I bought aftermarket barrels from stormlake and wolf. They were, at the time, about $100.
Plenty of aftermarket Glock barrels for lead.
They shoot jacketed well too.
Barenjager said:Plated would be my recomendation as well. If it was your own gun, spending the time to work up loads with cast slugs might be worth the long term savings. In this case, I'm assuming he's footing the bill for components and the slightly higher cost of plated bullets can be his penalty for buying a Glock in the first place.
You're welcome...Gaterskiner said:Ridgerunner665
Your posts on your purchase of the 36 was part of my reason for pointing him to the glock.
I bounced A few cans around the backyard with it yesterday. Shoots well. still hate the trigger.
Thanks for the advice.
That is what I was TOLD too.Eli Chaps said:I shot lead in my Glock once years ago because I didn't know any better. NEVER AGAIN.