Twinsen 86 Posted February 24, 2009 Report Share Posted February 24, 2009 Here's a visual story. It's like a childrens' book! Yaay! The plan: Lead is heavy. Plastic isn't heavy. Even the whole shell is lighter than the lead. Look at that crimp, staring at you. NO, none of the other crimps came out that good. I didn't count how many there are in each one. So they're just random crap. I plan on shooting it tomorrow. I have no idea what will happen. I figure it'll just fly out slowly. It's 3 times the powder load for a 9mm shell, and the same weight as a light (common 115 grain) 9mm bullet. So it should clear the barrel. I foresee three possible bad things that can happen: ~Overpressure, SOMEHOW. I can't figure out how though, but it could. ~Squib, doesn't clear the barrel. I'll bring a rod. I doubt this, as it should be hotter than 9mm. ~BB's shatter upon ignition, dust flies out the end of the gun, I get cancer and die. Who knows?! This serves no purpose but to make me laugh. Maybe somebody else will. Quote Link to post Share on other sites
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