When Good Guns Mess with Bad Reloaders

Smith & Wesson M629 Classic That Has Seen Better Days
When Good Guns Mess with Bad Reloaders

Smith & Wesson M629 Classic: A guy came into  our department the other day to ask a favor. He had a  S&W 629 that he wanted to dispose of after a  mishap at the range. He said there was a loud bang  when he tested his new load and the gun smacked him in  the forehead, leaving a nice gash. When the tweety  birds cleared, this is what he  saw...
Smith & Wesson M629 Classic: A guy came into our department the other day to ask a favor. He had a S&W 629 that he wanted to dispose of after a mishap at the range. He said there was a loud bang when he tested his new load and the gun smacked him in the forehead, leaving a nice gash. When the tweety birds cleared, this is what he saw...
Smith & Wesson M629 Classic: Someone needs to learn how to reload.
Smith & Wesson M629 Classic: Someone needs to learn how to reload.
  • 3 thoughts on “When Good Guns Mess with Bad Reloaders

    1. I did this to a Dan Wesson once when I skipped down a line while reading the reloading manual. What I thought was a starting load turned out to be about double the maximum load. Other than my pride, I wasn’t injured but the gun was scrap.

      Since then I use a highlighter in my reloading manuals. Others use a ruler while reading their reloading manuals.

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