Originally Posted by donster
I've heard about setback in .40 where the rounds are continually loaded and unloaded causing kabooms. I'm just wondering if 9mm rounds have this type of problem? Thanks.
Measure, chamber them several times and then measure again.
IMHO, has more to do with the interaction of the gun and the ammo than just the ammo. Headspaces on the cartridge mouth so setback is caused by the feed path and banging into stuff (locking block, ramp) on the way in, not chambering per se.
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