Well i appritiate the respons. As you could imagine, a 1200$ gun blowing in your hand causes much internal and external debate. The next day my pal and i loaded our first 50 round for his bmg. When he fired it I hid behind the truck.
. 240 grains as aposed to 5.2. Anyway, I've been shooting my 1911 since and my acr. Both haven't let me down yet. So now it's a matter of determining if I made a mistake with a load or the gun is faulty. It sounds as if fnp's are blowing. I've heard of the 5.7 with a supressor exploding very frequently, but I have yet to hear of the tactical 45 problems. The gun is better in my hands than any sig or hk. It's still hard to beat 1911 colt, but the Fn has 15+1 optic on top, simple take down, ambi everything and super good fit. And I have small hands. The follow up shots are incredible.
Any more info on the fnp's falability would be welcome. I sent the gun back and thus far it's slated for replacement. That being the case, I don't wish to blow another gun.
I have since stopped the lead loading. But still the supressed fire causes so much gunk in the gun and even the mag. I will try your powder recommendations. Thanks.