I posted earlier about exercising caution with hot loads, but to me the frame material is not a particular concern. I am thinking more about the overall construction of the gun. If a polymer framed 9mm is built on a frame that is also used for .40 S&W and .357 SIG, then I would not be too concerned about the strength of the frame.When I first got into shooting I was doing a lot of reloading with 38 357 and 44 mag. Was really making some very hot loads and created IMO a very unreliable Model 66. These loads were all by the book but the steady diet of them I believe caused problems.
No way would I do this with a plastic framed gun today.
The Ruger PCC is a blowback action. I don't have time to research the recommended ammo for the PCC right now, but in general blowback actions are much less suitable for hot rounds than locked breech actions. I would not feed any blowback action +P+ ammo unless I was certain the action was heavy enough for it.Would you guys be confident using this Federal in a ‘91 Beretta 92fs, Glock 17 G4, and Ruger PCC?