I have read in numerous places that it is unwise to use reloaded ammo in the Glock 27 due to part of the chamber not being reinforced. At my local range, they carry Atlanta Arms and Ammo FMJ's and nothing on the box stated they were reloads however after shooting a couple clips, I noticed there was quite a lot of soot forming on the exterior and my accuracy was not consistent. I noticed that the shells were all different manufactures from Remington to CCI to Wolf. That was my fault for not closely examining all of the ammunition prior to loading. Anyways, is there any truth to that regarding the G27?
I have stocked up on Federal FMJ's and Remington UMC JHP's since then for the bulk of my range shooting as I have limited funds. Even after a 150 round session, there was almost no fouling compared to less than 50 of the AA&A ammo. I'm guessing its lousy powder. Also, I wonder if there are any laws being broken regarding not having any disclosure regarding that they are reloads.
I have nothing against reloads as I use them in my uncle's Super Redhawk .44 all the time. I just don't want a fatal failure if I use them in the future in the G27.