Question- With it being a "bottle necked" cartridge, do you have to do case length trimming?
Great quetion. I believe you would either have to bump the shoulder or trim the casees...every single time and its a pain in the butt to load these. That's really why I am asking about it because unless someone can give me info that helps make this a little easier to load then I am just going to buy factory ammo. I don't shoot this gun much because its hard to load for and factory ammo is expensive. I bought it originally to be my carry gun, Glock 357 Sig and it has a laser on it, but its my first glock and frankly between not liking the glock nor the cartridge due to the reloading issues it has become a safe queen.