Tattoo Posted January 13, 2007 Share Posted January 13, 2007 Hello, This has probably been talked to death, but everyone always talks about how brass gets "glocked" in a glock, so I measured some of my fired brass from other .40 S&W pistols and was kinda suprised.......... These are measured at the base of the brass or basically the fattest part I could find. New Brass .421 to .422 Browning HP .427 to .428 HK USP .429 to .430 Glock 22 .430 to .431 Dillon reload .427 to .428 ( Using Glock 22 fired Brass ) To me it does'nt seem to be a big deal at only .001 to .003 difference in fired brass size. Heck the HK and glock are only .001 different and nobody seems to say anything about "HK'ed" brass. But that Glock brass sure does have a bulge. I honestly thought the measurement would be a bigger difference Anyway just thought I would throw it out there as an observation......... Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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