Sunday, August 14, 2011

An Unusual Malfunction



So there I was...
It was a Tuesday afternoon while shooting at paper plates when I experienced yet another malfunction in a series of malfunctions; but this one caused me to pause and pull out my camera. 
It started with a failure to eject. I racked the slide ejecting the spent brass and the next round came loose, some how doing a 180 degree turn, just as the slide closed. I immediately noticed the slide had not gone into full battery, so I checked the chamber and that is what I saw...
Kind of neat I guess..............

-DoubleAught

1 comment:

  1. Maybe the pistol is just trying to start a new shooting trend. Weaver was once the cool thing to do, now its isosceles or whatever you want to call it.

    Putting cartridges into the chamber bullet first has been the cool thing to do for over a hundred years. Now it's the primer's turn. It wants to be first.

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