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Smokeless Blowup

In, outs, dos and don'ts of smokeless front stuffers.

Re: Smokeless Blowup

Postby 451LRML » Wed Dec 12, 2018 8:49 pm

Roost 1 wrote:A guy local to my area just lost his hand. Let someone else load his gun, 5 pellets and then a bullet.
Black powder, not smokeless.

That’s a shame.
Any idea of the state this occurred?
Or, type of ML?
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Re: Smokeless Blowup

Postby Roost 1 » Wed Dec 12, 2018 9:07 pm

It was a CVA and it occurred in western KY.
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Re: Smokeless Blowup

Postby 'borohunter » Sun Dec 16, 2018 12:05 pm

Regardless of how occurred, a great reminder of following the basics of proper cleaning and loading. We are basically using a "mini cannon".
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Re: Smokeless Blowup

Postby Tiny » Mon Mar 04, 2019 5:59 pm

Not wanting to start anything..However Have to ask..

Any data in Barrel Material.. Ie Stainless vs Regukar steel on these..??

Seems to me bout every blow I have seen invokes a Stainless Model..Even in centerfires..Only mentioning as I do know of Tika Sako n I want to say Browning all had got bad batches of stainless steel n recalled guns..I dont know of any ML being recalled that were stainless models.

Either Way I sure wish my Savage n Winchester Apex that were stolen would show be found. %$#@÷× Thieves..

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