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LOLz @ Mr. Cool Ice losing his glasses!

It looked like a squib, an under-powered/no powder charge cartridge that couldn't push the bullet out the barrel and usually gets stuck just barely engaged in the rifling just enough that another cartridge won't chamber properly, and when he kept tapping the bolt, it was seating the new bullet deeper in the case. Kaboom!

Probably factory ammo, too!


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Lol,,i thought this was pretty funny,,chamber stick, haha

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Shatter that mag!

Mr. Cool Ice is glad that he was wearing those glasses.

Mr. Cool Ice has a twitch when firing at 38 sec and 47 sec into the movie.
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I bet that last shell he ejected had unburnt powder in it, he should have seen that shit.
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I bet that last shell he ejected had unburnt powder in it, he should have seen that shit.
A primer and a case without any powder will have enough power to push the bullet out of the case into the rifling just far enough that it would jam up the next round trying to feed into the chamber. I've never heard of a squib caused by bad powder.


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A primer and a case without any powder will have enough power to push the bullet out of the case into the rifling just far enough that it would jam up the next round trying to feed into the chamber. I've never heard of a squib caused by bad powder.
what I meant was insufficient powder, or impure powder may not have burnt... so a good way to tell if there was a failure is if you have unburnt powder in the receiver/clip.. good way to tell you had a misfire and theres a bullet in the barrel.I've only seen it happen once, and thats how I was able to diagnose it.
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looking at some of his other vids on there, this is the same dumbass who thought it would be funny to try dodging roman candles. Someone that stupid shouldn't be near a gun.

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