Ammo ''trauma'' in semi's

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    Sure ive unloaded/reloaded enough to see bullet setback in just one or 2 months.

    i usually wont shoot my carry ammo any time i go to range which a lot of times would be once a week so there is a lot of reloading if im shooting my carry gun a lot

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    Hi Chris,

    I try to shoot my carry ammo out each time I o to the range, so I usually only get one chambering from each round.
    Like Jarhead, the Marines tauht me to be very careful about my weapon, mags and rounds. In a change from "the old days", I do not load my mags under capacity. In rifles and subguns, we always charged the mags with 2 less than capacity. Now, with small capacity carry weapons, I leave the mag full and one in the chamber.


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    Buck - I try to shoot my carry ammo - sometimes! Cost is always the real kicker tho to do it too often.

    I do try to do pretty much what some other folks mention - and pitch a ''suspect'' in a jug for later range disposal. I have in R9 in particular, checked the #1 round with calipers just to monitor OAL - seems so far that GD's are very robust - much same with rounds from SIG too actually.

    My main cause of rechambering rounds is after an empty and dry-fire session, so if not careful one round could well received multiple (a lot of) chamberings.
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