ofcrfs242 Posted February 25, 2008 Share Posted February 25, 2008 background: I am currently shooting a Glock 22 but will be switching to a G-35. My fiance wants to shoot the 22. When I built the 22 I put a Barsto barrel in it. Had numerous feeding issues with jacketed bullets that measured .400. The slide would not go into battery. Took a firm grip on the slide and a FIRM hit to the frame with the other hand to eject the unspent round. Tried loading somelead that was sized to .401. NONE of the rounds loaded with lead would go into battery or the chamber. Started playing with a micrometer and discovered that the chamber on the Barsto was .005 tighter than my Dillon case gauge. Sent the Barsto to a smith who ran a reamer down it and it feeds flawlessly. I am picking up my new Glock 35 on Thursday and have decided to go with a KKM barrel. Has anyone had experience with this barrel and lead bullets sized to .401? Will it feed reliably or am I going to have to send it to a smith to be reamed as well? Any first hand experience would be appreciated. Thanks Robert Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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