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Hi Guys-

First post here, and joined the forum specifically to ask this question:
I own models G17, 19, 20, 21, and 45, so obviously, I love Glocks!
However, about 6 months ago, I had a kaboom on my Glock 20 at the range firing reloads. Lesson learned.
I also bought a ton of Underwood ammo before this for all my Glocks.
But this kaboom incident lead me down the research rabbit hole, and I was amazed to see so many "kaboom" incidents online (some with live video) with the G20.
Apparently, there's a class-action lawsuit in progress against Glock which alleges that their unsupported chamber is a known safety issue, and the primary cause of these kabooms.
So my question is this: For my remaining serviceable Glocks, is it safe to run Underwood ammo through them?
PS: I went out and replaced all the remaining Glock barrels with KKM barrels, which have better chamber support, but am too nervous to fire them until I can get straight info regarding the safety of shooting Underwood through them. It would really suck to be forced into using only weak loads to feel safe.
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