Unjamming Stuck Bullets In Barrel With More Bullets

This S&W .357 Magnum:

Blocked-Squib-Barrel-357-Magnum

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I don’t know guys… call me crazy but I think a 9th or 10th round would have successfully cleared that barrel. LOL jk.

It’s amazing the gun didn’t explode and hurt the shooter.  I really hope someone gave the shooter who did, this serious a lesson in physics and life so he or she doesn’t hurt themselves or someone else in the future.

Gat tip: Adam

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JohnnyIShootStuff November 21, 2014 at 03:11 am

If at first you don’t succeed….

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jpcmt November 21, 2014 at 07:02 am

From what I’ve heard, this was an experiment and not some jackass firing squibs, reloading even, and firing more. I gather that this was a test with unpowdered loads. Still pretty neat it bulged the barrel like that.

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John Fritz November 21, 2014 at 06:40 pm

How could this be? Honestly, how could this happen? Why can’t I see the muzzle of the barrel in that pic?

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Quint Young November 22, 2014 at 06:55 am

I love how it’s sitting on top of a set of range safety rules

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James Earl Jones December 22, 2014 at 03:41 am

Thank the maker for cylinder gap.

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R. Krangle August 13, 2017 at 01:40 pm

I suspect the only thing that saved that genius was the fact that it was a revolver. The gap between the cylinder and barrel allowed the pressure to bleed of before the weapon exploded. Smooth move Ace, your next gun should squirt nothing more than water!

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