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Old 08-01-2011, 11:34 PM   #11
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that why my 308 in at the gunsmith 1 bullet didnt make it out of the barrel and I tryed to pond it out but nothing!.

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that why my 308 in at the gunsmith 1 bullet didnt make it out of the barrel and I tryed to pond it out but nothing!.
Since you started this thread, its pretty obvious that between 2,3,4 or 5 There was no powder charge in one of them. Your probably feeling like I did after I blew up a gun, due to an over charge. It was not a double charge, but it indeed was over charged. Nobody got hurt, but the bolt was toast. It took me awhile to figure out what really happened, but today I have it under control again. So hang in there and don't feel bad if you have to de-mill x number of rounds because you have no confidence in them. Been there and done that.
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Since you started this thread, its pretty obvious that between 2,3,4 or 5 There was no powder charge in one of them. Your probably feeling like I did after I blew up a gun, due to an over charge. It was not a double charge, but it indeed was over charged. Nobody got hurt, but the bolt was toast. It took me awhile to figure out what really happened, but today I have it under control again. So hang in there and don't feel bad if you have to de-mill x number of rounds because you have no confidence in them. Been there and done that.
First off it was getting down to the last row so maybe it was low on powder
maybe the primer was bad either way stuff like that happends from time to time.Their nothing 100% in reloading! you might do everything right but 1 thats all it takes.
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