Originally Posted By BlitzPig:
First let me say I don't want this to turn into a 1911 vs. Glock thing. It is not my point.
I do however own two weapons chambered in .45 ACP that follow the modern practice of having an "unsupported" chamber. (FNP-45 and Glock 36).
My question is, are there any factory loaded types that have a track record of safe use in these types of pistols? And, are there any manufacturers that produce brass that is stronger in the web area to offer greater safety margins in this type of weapon?
One would think that with the increasing number of handguns with unsupported chambers, that there is definitely a market for a "high strength" case .45 ACP.
Of course I realize that logical thinking and marketing are often mutually exclusive.
All factory ammo is safe in both of those pistols.