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Old 10-27-2009, 07:05 AM   #21
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We've had this happen as well in our 12 gauge reloads. Most time's for us it has been a bad primer. Almost like it didn't have enough charge to properly ignite the powder. We mostly had it happen with the Remington 209's which are junk.

Like said before you did good by not letting him shoot that next round. If you weren't there he may have blown his gun up/seriously injured himself or someone else.

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Old 10-27-2009, 11:45 PM   #22
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Had problems with Rem. 209 primers also, poked out more than one wad with a sunflower stalk. Glad to see it's not just me.
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Old 10-28-2009, 01:26 AM   #23
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I dont know about you guys but my hp 40 dont slide back and
lock unless the mag is in.im i doing something wrong?still a noob.

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Old 10-28-2009, 05:02 AM   #24
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this is what can happen when you have a full auto and get a squib:

16" M10/9 barrel -


over 15 9mms in the Uzi barrel. Top barrel is an AR-10.

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Old 02-16-2012, 11:09 PM   #25
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The wooden dowell did'nt do the trick in removing the 30-30 round from my Savage bolt action and it wasn't but just a fraction of an inch from the chamber. Used a .25 dowell. When we whacked it, it shattered in barrell upon the first lick. We pulled out about a 5 inch piece. Looking in the end of barrell we could see it about 3 inches in. Went straight to gunsmith as my 13 yo son told me to do in the first place! About 3 hrs later out the bullet and remains of the wooden rod came, after, as a last ditch effort, the rod was burned out by heating with torch and believe me we tried everything. Gunsmith said wooden rod not a good idea, should have carefully used a steel one. 25 dollars later no damage done after a good cleaning. Bottom line do not use old ammo!!!!

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I dont know about you guys but my hp 40 dont slide back and
lock unless the mag is in.im i doing something wrong?still a noob.
If there is no empty mag in the TS, then you must push the cocking handle knob (the Operating handle) into the hole in the receiver cover to lock the bolt to the rear.

On a classic model, that was the only way to do it, as there was no LRHO.
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The wooden dowell did'nt do the trick.... 25 dollars later no damage done after a good cleaning. Bottom line do not use old ammo!!!!
Here's how to use a wooden dowel and NOT pay more later...and this is a tried and true, well known method amongst milsurp guys, who often shoot old ammo that might have a squib in the pile...

Cut the dowel into shorter pieces, like 4- 6 inches each, good square cuts. That way, they don't bend and crack. Stack 'em into the barrel, and then start tapping Easy peasy!
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