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Round not chambering
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 18, 2006 6:29 pm    Post subject: Re: Round not chambering Reply with quote

Delboy...Does yours have a 4 inch flat square cupped muzzle? and do your .38 blank barrel loads come in Browns, Yellows and reds? Reds being the hottest...The studs are also 3/8" X 16 thread with sharp pointy ends about 3 1/2" long...

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PostPosted: Sat Feb 18, 2006 7:02 pm    Post subject: Re: Round not chambering Reply with quote

Nope! 2" round plate with two prongs poking through it (that CAN'T be taped down with duct tape) and our hottest blanks are black - they come in different lengths, red are .5" long and black are .75" and go with a SERIOUS bang! I used a black one on a breezeblock wall by mistake once (wall was 12" thick) and nearly pinned someone to the far wall in the next room! Went through it like s**t through a goose!
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 18, 2006 7:08 pm    Post subject: Re: Round not chambering Reply with quote

Ours are .38's loaded in 10 inch barrels that are again loaded into the gun. The 4" square is spring loaded and, like you, have to push it down before it can have the trigger pulled. We adjust the depth that we want by varying the position of the stud in the first barrel. Closer to the muzzle the shallower the stud will penitrate the steel hull..When the are fired on dry land against a steel training plate they definately lift you off the ground...

Did you ever figure out what your problem was with that .22 that wouldn't chamber...??? Or should I ask???

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 08, 2006 5:11 pm    Post subject: Re: Round not chambering Reply with quote

Yeah Bushy, figure it's not a .22LR but a .22 Long - there being a slight but subtle difference. Bought myself a number two drill bit the other day which measures .221" and I'll open out the chamber (didn't even know .22's HAD a chamber as the round is the same size as the bore, but there you go....) when I can find the time to get around to it. Work........ the curse of the shooting classes! Sad

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