Reloading Mishaps and a new round

Discussion in 'Ammunition & Reloading' started by jdnossaman, Feb 13, 2009.

  1. jdnossaman

    jdnossaman New Member

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    this is our new round the guy that makes it calls it a 450 gi

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    and this is what happens when you get a progressive reloader and are not paying attention to your .40 s&w brass and accidentally get a 9mm bass in the mix
     

  2. robocop10mm

    robocop10mm Lifetime Supporting Member Lifetime Supporter

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    Pic quality is too poor to tell exactly what the problem is. I presume you necked up a 9mm to .40?

    I developed a wildcat cartridge some years ago called the .41 aTm. .38 spl necked up to .41. That's Texas A&M for you non Texans. The Aggies and their reputation for doing stupid sh!t. Hard hitting, big bore round that could fit in K-frame size guns but did not headspace worth a damn.
     
  3. jdnossaman

    jdnossaman New Member

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    Ya we were just messing around; having a little fun with it. The picture quality is really poor because I used my phone to take the pictures. I couldn't find my digital camera.
     
  4. cpttango30

    cpttango30 New Member

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    just below Austin (The State Capital) TX there is a cavern with the normal stuff. But in one section they have what is called the aggie stone. Before you get to it they tell you that if you are over 5"6" tall you are going to have to duck. Everytime someone has hit their head on it they had gone to T A&M (So they say). But yes aggies are known as the not so bright college students that do tons of STUPID stuff.
     
  5. jdnossaman

    jdnossaman New Member

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    We say the same about BH. Our frosh hats are bh colors to say that our freshman are smarter than their seniors.