stubbicatt Posted January 10, 2007 Share Posted January 10, 2007 Thanks all for reading this. I've been reloading now for 20 years, or thereabouts. After having read many of the posts here, I decided to try a pound of Titegroup for use with .40 caliber, 180 grain plated bullets in my Glock. It is a nice accurate load. I shot this at an indoor range the other day. It isn't especially well lit. I saw what seemed to be very bright sparks coming out of the pistol when the gun was discharged. There are no pressure signs, no split cases, everything cycles just fine. it is 4.5 grains of Titegroup. I cannot determine whether they are coming from the muzzle or from the breech, only that they are visible while looking down the sights and firing the weapon. What is the cause? Thanks. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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