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Old January 7, 2020, 08:13 AM   #5
rodfac
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I know that American Eagle loads are typically HOT.
Any documentation on that claim...American Eagle ammunition has never seemed "HOT" in any of my guns.

On another note, is there a chance that this was an unknown provenance handload, as your post seems to indicate that this was a single round.

Lastly, is there a chance that the cylinder was damaged prior to the episode you've recounted? Best regards, Rod
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