scrambletown wrote:goldhunter_2 wrote:oooo touchy ..lol direct answer is "NO" to small for me
The two ways mentioned are the only ones I have seen in practical use , though in your line of work you probably see more
my line of work?????????
your a LEO ain't ya , or at least I was thinking that's you
scrambletown wrote:I went to finish off a deer last week and the round sounded week, so I took the barrel off and the round was stuck half way down the barrel. happened twice..
was wondering if anybody else had this happen.
the ammo was about 6 months old in the clip.
was thinking carrying next to me somehow damaged the ammo?
sweat or something like that..
Was this virgin ammo or maybe reloads ?<i>(even store bought reloads have this issue more then they should)</i> I would image this is a bad crimp on the case to bullet not allowing correct pressure. If you know a trusted good re-loader local to you ask him about this see if you don't get the same answer. This could also be dangerous if you get a bullet stuck in the barrel and try to fire another.
I personally shoot cheap store bought reload ammo at the range in many calipers but would not recommend reloaded ammo for a carry gun unless you reload it your self