Rechambering +1 round

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    Quote Originally Posted by C9H13NO3 View Post
    Wow. I guess I stand corrected. What caliber is that? Looks like .40 but I don't want to assume. I'm surprised with a full charge it was able to set back that far without getting stopped by the powder. Did you ever pull the bullet and investigate?
    They are 45ACP. I don't load, so I don't have a bullet puller. Besides, I like to keep it around for reference purposes.

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    I would think rounds that set-back that much are defective.
    It most likely was a bad round. Any and all brands can have them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by C9H13NO3 View Post
    Wow. I guess I stand corrected. What caliber is that? Looks like .40 but I don't want to assume. I'm surprised with a full charge it was able to set back that far without getting stopped by the powder. Did you ever pull the bullet and investigate?
    Is that SD ammo in an aluminum case??

    Here is an article with some good recorded data: http://www.handguninfo.com/Archive/w...back.chart.htm

    I rotate my ammo by chambering a round from a third magazine that lives in the safe and then carry my primary magazine. At night the ejected round goes in a box. When the mag is empty, it gets reloaded from the box. I check my rounds on occasion vs fresh stock for setback and have not seen any thus far.

    While I think we all try to cycle our carry ammo at the range, it goes expensive to do it frequently.

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