40 s/w

This is a discussion on 40 s/w within the Defensive Ammunition & Ballistics forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I am sure this is not a gun issue. 2 guns same problem. I think it is a round issue.(wwb) When 2 guns stove pipe ...

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    I am sure this is not a gun issue. 2 guns same problem. I think it is a round issue.(wwb) When 2 guns stove pipe with same box of ammo then never do it again, I think its clear.

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    .40 wwb

    shot countless rds of .40 cal. wwb throught my g-27
    and never have had any issues. (knock on wood).
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    I'm not sure what powder Winchester uses in their WWB or ranger ammo, but its some of the dirtest stuff I've ever had the pleasure of cleaning out of my gun. The little dots drive me crazy.
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    It was horribly dirty....also. My son informs me he shot 100 rounds threw his c/z and had no problems. I think I got a bad box. I was also had the understanding that alluminum is hard on the barrel

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