I got a phone call from a friend of mine who was on their way back from elk hunting in Colorado. Apparently on the last day of the hunt they seen some very large bulls and were finally going to get some shooting. I don't know the range but I guess he missed on the first shot and being so excited he threw in the second round only to pull the trigger and here a click. I figured he had a misfire and ejected the shell and threw in the third round. Well apparently he forgot to put powder in the second which is probably why it didn't fire but the primer ignition had enough pressure to apparently push the bullet down the barrel a few inches. When he touched off the third round the gun blew apart. I guess no one was hurt as he grabbed someone else's gun and finished the job. I'm hoping to get to take some pictures of the rifle when he gets home and I will attach them later. It really puts it into perspective how dangerous things can get when one small overlook such as forgetting to put powder in could have cost him his life.