New to me, but it makes me wonder about a lot of things.
Not a wall hanger just replace the cylinder and she will be good as new.
Look above the cylinder. Make sure your brain is engaged before putting mouth in gear...
Im sick of this snaks shit! Im gonna think of a name for you if you keep it up! SO GIVE IT A REST!
as an adult. I will stop with the Snaks. It is up to you. Think before you speak or type.
Or is that a typo? Better be.
That was an honest typeo. Ok lets try this. what do you want me to do to stop this snaks thing?
Christ do I have to spell it out again?
If you stop the Snaks I will act like a adult. I promise,sir
Not good to have hot loads in your pistols. This is the second one Ive seen the cylinder blown out of.
the case is usually that a handloader double charged a case causing catastrophic failure of the cylinder and frame.the other case was a faulty charge caused a bullet to stick in the barrel and when the next one was fired the weapon came apart.these things dont happen if you follow the data in loading manuals!and PAY ATTENTION!
Yep, it's like a Pill Load and a barrel plug...gotta listen, and feel what's going on! Hope the person made it out of it OK....
barrel plug is obvious, I don't know what pill load means?
It is a term, maybe outdated, but it refers to the proof load, used at the factory, which exceeds standardized pressures. Some time back, proof loads were tested at twice the "safe" limits in certain weapons, almost always resulting in some fashion of failure. I do not know if any manufacturer proofs weapons in this fashion anymore, and I certainly would stay within the printed load data of any of the reload publications. Hope this helped.
are still always used in both rifles,shotguns and pistols.unfortunately,some handloaders think they are engineers and find it "safe" to exceed loading manual data.DONT BE STUPID!THE PEOPLE WHO DEVELOP LOADING DATA ARE SMARTER THAN YOU!