how to clear live round stuck in barrel

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  1. General Zod

    General Zod Well-Known

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    Whatever you do, don't remove it by using a blowtorch to gently heat the chamber. It won't go well. Ask me how I know...
















    I know because it's the single worst possible idea I could come up with in my quest to be a smartass. Carry on, folks.
     


  2. TxStetson

    TxStetson Well-Known

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    I really think we need to hear the whole story. Oh, and see some pics too. For posterity of course.
     
  3. Hoji

    Hoji Bowling-Pin Commando

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    I just have to wonder how cheap the ammo was to trust some hungover neckbeard's home rolled ammo.

    9mm is running .14-.15 per round for new manufacture ammo.
     
  4. TreyG-20

    TreyG-20 Well-Known

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    Kneel before Zod!
     
  5. Younggun

    Younggun Doer of Deeds TGT Supporter Admin

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    hill co.

    I'll have you know I was drunk when I loaded that ammo, NOT hungover.
     
  6. General Zod

    General Zod Well-Known

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    Yeah, the whole story is a tale of casual trolling on my favorite message board.
     
  7. lmao

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    if it's a 7.62 bullet stuck in the bore, you wont get it out with a wooden dowel. You'll need a hunk of drill rod that's a close slip fit in the bore, only 2-3" longer than the barrel with a concavity it it's leading end for the bullet. REALLY try to get the barrel out of the gun, wear a face mask and gloves for this and let the penetrating oil sit in the barrel, with a cotton patch under the chamber, until you see signs of oil on the patch (muzzle up of course) probably be an overnight process. Dont use a steel hammer anywhere around a gun muzzle. Use a mallet or hunk of hardwood, so you dont ding the barrel's crown. Having a smith recrown it will cost you $50.
     

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