Discussion in 'On Topic' started by TL1000RSquid, Mar 11, 2008.
stolen from arfcom
jesus fuck. Atleast it all went out the side away from the shooter it looks like.
shit'll buff out
few dabs of jb weld should do it.
It blew up because it was a left handed abortion.
I guess you wouldn't need an action block to take off that barrel now....
52,000psi is a little bit, yeah.
So what was the cause of the malfunction? Seems the only thing likely to cause this would be a headspace issue or a previous round being fired and not making it out the barrel and another being fired behind it.
Where were these rounds purchased?
Right handed ammo in a left handed rifle?
Gunshow in Oklahoma.
could of been a case failure, or just overcharged load.
It's not even a full left handed gun though...
The safety and the mag release would be on the wrong side!
Had it been a squib you would have seen a bulged barrel. That was a failure at the breech.
NEVER shoot anyones reloads but your own. It only takes once, and I'm not risking my vision or limbs on someone elses lapse in judgement.
Reloading's easy, you just take the casing, dip it into the jug and scoop it full of powder, put the bullet in and sell it at the next show
Don't you talk bad about Connecticut and stag . It is the one thing we have left.
This makes the most sense to me.
Well that must have been the other cause of the failure.
would that be due to a round being OOB? or doublecharge?
maybe this is why you use the forward assist?
Or it could be the wrong type of power in the cartrige.
this is the obvious answer.
Georgia Arms blew up my rifle a while back.
Easy on stag it is the last thing we have left.
There's yer prablem!
I thought it was practically impossible to double charge a .223 load.