Re: Glock questions
The whole "no reloads in GLOCK" comes from some early incidents when some GLOCKs went KABOOM. GLOCK claimed to have traced the problem down to overly-hot reloads and cautioned strongly against using hot reloads in GLOCK pistols. This got morphed, evidently, into "NO reloads in GLOCK."
Like many gun companies, there is probably a clause somewhere that states that GLOCK will not cover a gun under warranty that is damaged due to a bad handload. Only makes sense. Why should GLOCK have to pay for a new gun when Johnny Handloader made a mistake and dropped a double charge in a cartridge?
As you should do when handloading for *ANY* weapon, watch your charges, make sure you do not overcharge nor undercharge *ANY* brass with powder. Carefully measure each charge and double-check your work. Guns can be replaced. Fingers, eyes, etc. aren't so easy to replace.