.44 Magnum Ammo Accident

Chinese made ammo causes gun to explode

There has been an email making the rounds lately that says this handgun explosion was caused by Chinese ammunition. The consensus seems to be that there is not any .44 mag ammo in the U.S. that is imported from China.S&W Chinese made ammo blows up explodes

Chinese made ammo causes gun to explode


Smith & Wesson .44 Magnum Chinese made ammo explodes

Chinese made ammo causes explosion

The real story is that someone made a mistake when reloading the ammunition and accidently used double the amount of powder which, when the gun was fired set off the adjoining chambers.

Anyway a little J.B. Weld and maybe some duct tape is all it would take to fix this minor problem…

Here is the text of the email:

.44 Magnum accident

First it was baby formula, then pet food, but now you should watch out when buying anything from China, including bright, shiny ammunition.

A guy came into the police department the other day to ask a favor. He had a S&W 629 (.44 Mag) that he wanted to dispose of after a mishap at the range.

He said there was a loud bang when he tested his new ammo (Chinese made), and the gun smacked him in the forehead, leaving a nice gash. When the tweety birds cleared from around his head, the pictures show what he saw.

Bet he never uses Chinese made ammo again!

Looks like when the round in the chamber went off, It also set off at least two other rounds in adjacent cylinders.I would have hated to been the one that pulled the trigger on that one!

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Deer Rifle Explodes

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.44 Magnum Ammo Accident — 4 Comments

  1. Since the “Chinese” ammo blew the top of the cylinder and frame off, the gun would have been pushed down, away from the head. The part of the frame and cylinder blown off would have been the culprits for a good head shot.
    Since the top of the frame was the lightest part, it could have the greatest speed to impact the mans’s head and the top of the cylinder would have been slower but would have been heavier and had more momentum.
    Look at the what’s left of the cylinder, a jagged hunk of junk.

    I figure the man should have been severely cut from the shrapnel at the very least if it hit him.

    I think this is a BUSTED!

    • I figure once he figured out he put too much powder in his reloads he facepalmed himself forgetting he still had a hold of the gun… :-)

  2. WOW, a gun can be fixed, ignorance can be overcome by knowledge, but stupidity is helpless.
    This zombie thread has popped back up again.
    It was done by am AMERICAN newbie idiot who tried to double charge his hand loaded ammo.

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