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Can't take credit for this, but thought y'all might like to see it.

Glocks really DO blow up.

This little number crossed my path today.
The only story I know on it is that the owner thought "it might have been a hot load."

That'll buff out... (once you locate the trigger...)



 

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She didn't know what the back story was. That's why I didn't bother posting the link. A bunch of speculating and chest thumping on how x platform was better than Glock because. I figured I'd spare ya'll all of that. WTF ever dudes. It happens. To all guns. Get over it.
 

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I've put 340,000 miles on my Chevy and I've never had a problem.



Wait, wrong stupid internet argument.
I've never owned a Chevy.
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But I have 341,000 on my ford.
Their odometers suck too....actually you'd be at about 75,000 real miles. :laughing:

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I blew up a ruger Super Blackhawk 44 mag with a light load...
















Seriously, I did and Ruger fixed it for free even though I told them I used the wrong powder.
 

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Sweet jesus!! :eek: And what did that do to your hand?!
He had a thread with the details from when it happened. I think his hand was fine other than some minor cuts/scrapes.

In my mind, if a gun blows up like that and you walk away with very trivial injuries, then that is actually a testament to the gun being very well built.
 
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