Blowby gas

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    Blowby gas

    Was shooting this evening and picked up some brass and noticed that there is blowby gas on one side. Seems to not care whether it is the Winchester Western or the Fiocchi.

    Bersa BT380 pistol.



    Been a while, so just wondering if this is normal. New Bersa...well 2 days old anyway.
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    Its normal.
    "Just blame Sixto"

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    Sixto is 100% right, this is perfectly normal.

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    Now I think I need to brush up on my reloading!! Would be fun to shoot and shoot, especially since my "range" is about 100 feet from my back door.... or at the back door if I creep it open just a bit.. LOL
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