Re: Case exploded today !!
Shooter, I understand it failed the first time you fired it, but it was a reload, which means to me that someone else had fired it when it was new. My question was why it didn't fail on the first (original) firing if it was defective? And if it did fail on first firing, then their quality control system was not able to detect the defective case before it was reloaded, or catch and separate the defective round after it was loaded.
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