How to Fill a White Page

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    kirktheturk
    kirktheturk

    7 years ago on Introduction

    I saw a cool spin of of this but the person than loaded a spike into the other end to fire

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    wire-nut
    wire-nut

    7 years ago on Introduction

    What freeza36 was asking about is called head spacing. But you are not putting bullet in it but a blank. So you don't have any back pressure. Also if load a live round in it you will the BATF and you back.

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    bartworker
    bartworker

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Oops, I see! It seems I answered completely beside the question.
    No worries the casing comes out, I shot 10 or more times and it stayed on its place. Thanx!

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    bartworker
    bartworker

    7 years ago on Introduction

    Nope! Casing stays alive. Put a potato in the barrel and you have a potato shooter. That will be my next upgrade ;-)

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    freeza36
    freeza36

    7 years ago on Introduction

    Is it posinle that a nit of the casing would come out of the barrel?

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    bartworker
    bartworker

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    You mean a piece of the bullet? I don't think so, because the casing of the fired bullet seemed really intact when I took it out. There was no difference in appearence with a bullet fired with the HILTI, for example.

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    freeza36
    freeza36

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    I see. I thought that maybe the small explosive would shatter the casing, but I guess not.