Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by dashootist, Jul 25, 2012.
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Stop doing that!
BTW: It's not hot lead.
It is unburned powder.
When you say pistol, is it a pistol or a revolver? Many people use "pistol" generically for a handgun.
Also, you look like you've murdered a fairy with your bare hands after loading a couple of mags with golden bullets.
Well said. LOL
I had a gun that only liked REM bulk, but it had primer failures all the time. I don't have that gun anymore...
Been using it for years in all types of guns & I just don't see all that.
Occasional misfire, but rare.
In a recent accuracy test with a new boltgun, it produced the best 50-yard group of several loads tested.
It could also be too large a cylinder-barrel gap and you are feeling hot powder as it blows out the sides.
If it's an autoloader, it is probably the ammo.
Thats an auto pistol.
If the gun's an auto, agree with RC it's unlikely to be spitting lead backwards.
Based on this:
I will only buy Remington ammo as an absolute last resort.
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