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Old September 12, 2013, 12:57 PM   #4
Sevens
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I've never heard of any tropical climate causing squibs. Squibs are most often the result of poor handloading technique.

The best way to keep a squib from ruining your world is to -STOP- shooting when something doesn't feel right, and don't take the next shot. A simple bullet lodged in a barrel is an annoyance, and little more. It doesn't end up being catastrophic until the follow-up shot is discharged.
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