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JamesBond 03-31-2010 12:53 PM

How to remove this gas cartridge?
 
Hello, people I have this problem with gas cartridge loaded wrong way. Any advise on how to remove it without detonation would be accepted. :)
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Missileman 03-31-2010 01:30 PM

WHAT??? Is that a blank (not sure what you mean by gas cartridge)?

Brad 03-31-2010 01:37 PM

uhh er hmm

ThorsHammer 03-31-2010 01:47 PM

From the looks of that barrel it's cracked and you shouldn't try to do anything more with that firearm until you have a gunsmith take a look at it.

NGIB 03-31-2010 01:55 PM

If ever there was a thread for Robo to visit - this is it...

DrumJunkie 03-31-2010 02:25 PM

Can you remove the barrel?

Yunus 03-31-2010 02:33 PM

Personally, I wouldn't attempt to do anything with that myself. Take it to a gunsmith, they have the appropriate tools and the knowledge to work on it.

robocop10mm 03-31-2010 02:44 PM

Robo checking in. It looks like a tear gas cartridge in a Walther PPK clone pistol. The "crack" is the relief cut for the extractor and as such not a problem.

Advise for removing. Obtain a wooden dowel "slightly" smaller than the bore diameter. Insure the face of the dowel is at least flat or slightly recessed (cupped). WEAR SAFETY GLASSES, IN CASE OF AN OOPS!!! Insert the dowel into the muzzle until it contacts the round. Tap lightly until dislodged.

stalkingbear 03-31-2010 03:09 PM

DRATS! Beat to the punch by robo again!

Jo da Plumbr 03-31-2010 03:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by robocop10mm (Post 261139)
Robo checking in. It looks like a tear gas cartridge in a Walther PPK clone pistol. The "crack" is the relief cut for the extractor and as such not a problem.

Advise for removing. Obtain a wooden dowel "slightly" smaller than the bore diameter. Insure the face of the dowel is at least flat or slightly recessed (cupped). WEAR SAFETY GLASSES, IN CASE OF AN OOPS!!! Insert the dowel into the muzzle until it contacts the round. Tap lightly until dislodged.

Just what I was thinking, but I'm no gunsmith.

I was also thinking a drop of light oil around the cartridge and place vertical to let the oil seep down around the cartridge base. Then the dowel and the tapping.

But again I'm not the gunsmith around here.


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