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Old September 10, 2012, 03:22 AM   #54
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sure, both

I had an extractor hook break on a 1911 Commander (.45acp) due to ingnorance and dropping the slide on a chambered round......often.

I've been present when two different Sig P229's in .40 cal, early guns and early ammo, "blew" extractors, likely due to high pressure factory cartridges.

Early in my reloading career, I tied up a 2" .38 snub with a squib round, and did the same thing with a Ruger Sec-6.

And, when we shot .38 ammo in .357 revolvers, I tied up a Smith K frame (I think it was a M66) by managing to get a .38 spent case stuck under the star of a .357 revolver.
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