Reprint of the Journal of Glock Collectors Association Volume 11, Issue 4. In this Journal, first published by GCA in Fall 2005, you will find articles on:
- How I Selected The GLOCK G19 As My Carry Gun
- Why Gun Manufacturers Do Not Approve Of Using Reloads
- The Stock GLOCK--Taxable Toy Or Tactical Tool?
Is it OK to shoot lead bullets in a GLOCK? GLOCKs (except for a special run of, New York City Police G19s) have polygonal rifling, and lead bullets ' are not to be used. Lead can scrape off and be deposited into the comers of the barrel at each point of intersection, and this can run the pressures up to dangerous levels. GLOCK requires the use of jacketed bullets. Why no lead bullets should be fired in GLOCK pistols.