I'm sure this topic has been broached before but I thought I would get some perspective on it. So what does every one like to carry. I am leaning towards the corbon dpx.
Not just Glock but pretty much all major manufactures yet many of us continue to do it day in and day out without issue. Really, when you get right down to it ALL ammo is "Handloaded" weather it's by me in my garage or Winchester/Remington/PMC ect on their fancy, hi-tech machines. Thing is, I check each and every load that I put together for quality, the Big Ammo companies just turn on their machines and let em' run and if they turn out junk(seen quite a bit of it in boxes of WWB and UMC I've bought) oh well, at least it's "Factory Junk" so why should my handloads be any different then factory if I'm using a prescribed formula from a reputable loading manual like my Hornady #8 or Speer #11.I have zero experience hand loading but I thought glock voided your warranty if you shot hand loads
The rifling thing thing is more pointing to lead vs jacketed bullets. There's another reason thread, I can't find it at the moment, where there is a graphic of what Glock's rifling looks like .vs "normal" rifling.I agree with you, I just thought something about their rifling made it dangerous to shoot hand loads though I also thought that was limited to un jacketed rounds