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Old October 6, 2012, 12:38 PM   #25
drail
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If you are one who repeatedly rechambers the same round then you are taking a real chance with setback. The ammo makers NEVER intended for users to ever do this (several have stated this on record) and they feel that they are not liable if you do and blow your gun. Find some way to not rechamber rounds. Doing so is playing with fire if you're going to use factory ammo. Chamber it once and shoot it or toss it. Don't "rotate it" back into the magazine or "save it" for range practice. The consequences are not worth the cost of one bad round shredding your hand up. It only takes one.
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