Discussion in 'Firearms' started by melbo, Jan 30, 2006.
Reloading can bite you hard if you’re not careful.
A light charge can allow the primer to spark ahead of the powder near the bullet and burn back wards to ward the primer causing ultra extreme high pressures. A wad of cotton or something can keep the powder packed back against the primer and not allow the spark to jump over the powder charge.
Glad he wasn’t hurt.
44 Magnum is the most blown-up-gun.
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