Discussion in 'On Topic' started by DrewDown, Nov 23, 2009.
Was loading up a magazine yesterday and noticed one round looked a little strange.
looks fine to me
See what happens when you fire it.
No thank you
Perfectly normal, perfectly healthy.
I just bought two boxes of Rem UMC .223. I better check them now.
An AK or a Glock would fire that round just fine.
I'm at work, but if anybody is interested I can post some better pics in the morning. Not really worried if it would have caused an FTF or FTE/stovepipe, but if it possibly could have damaged my gun then I may have to start examining my ammo a little more closely
out of battery detonation or light strike
It looks like the case head is all mangled too.
Yeah, its bad. It looks to me as if the primer is seated where it normaly would be. But the brass looks bent inward all around it.
shoot it and than get a new gun from Remington if it does blow it up
that is pretty bad, but every nasty malformed piece of factory brass I have ever come across was UMC, I try and stay away from them now.
I've got a .45 Gold Dot somewhere with a big chunk missing from the case mouth.
I've heard a few stories about Remington ammo lately - I'm not going to be buying any anytime soon.
Shoot it, pussy. That round looks legit.
I have a UMC .45 round that the primer is inserted backwards.
here's a better side by side
guyzz I already saw one kaboomed 6920 this week. I dont want to be the second
That is some crazy shit.
send it to me, I'll shoot it.
I shot a rusty, pitted round of wolf ammo I found on the ground last time I went shooting.