You are correct, but that is the whole idea.I think those charges are way too light, and there is a good chance you might stick a slug inside the barrel, especially with jacketed bullets.
A guy on the other forum says you can just put a live round after a stuck bullet and just blow it out. He says most guys do this and never know they even had a stuck bullet. He says No Harm, No Foul. He says it doesn't even hurt the gun at all. Since I read it on the Internets, it must be true....but I would take a mallet and a cleaning rod just in case.
I didn't realize you could push a bullet through a barrel that slow.
Good thing about a squib in an auto when shooting fast is it will not cycle the action. Unless you hand cylcle it and pull the trigger again, there is no danger. Not true with a revolver when firing rapidly.
Yes, this is precisely what Walkalong is trying to Verify.There is no way a squib round would cycle the action on my G21.
Most of us have experienced that primer and no powder will push the bullet into the barrel and not cycle the slide. What Walkalong is experimenting and I am also curious about is how much powder will push the bullet into the barrel AND still cycle the slide to pick up another round from the magazine.All this time I thought just the primer had drive the bullet down the barrel, but now I have no clue why I had a bullet stuck in the barrel and a live round in the chamber.