Any HK gunsmiths know if my P7M13 can handle +P+ factory ammunition without the chance of chamber damage?
this.There is also the factor of limiting returns to consider here, that is, at which point does muzzle rise, recoil, and wear and tear on the pistol using +P+ ammo become no longer worth it over +P or standard pressure ammo. Ask yourself how much performance you will actually gain by using +P+ ammo in your handgun.
About 75-150fps, depending on brand.. Ask yourself how much performance you will actually gain by using +P+ ammo in your handgun.
^^^ THIS ^^^In a case where one would be using ++ ammo I don't think he going to give a **** about wear and tear on the pistol. The only concern will be 1) will it work and 2) will those rounds do their job when they hit the target. It's a gun, made of steel, use it. Who around here is silly enough to use or has a bank account big enough to afford a diet of all ++ ammo anyway?
Fire a couple mags to be sure it functions with the round you choose, carry those rounds, used cheap stuff for range practice. No big deal. Just stay away from 147gr.