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Personal experiences with assembling ammunition
Strange mis-manufactured cartridge from Remington
This cartridge was turned in to the Head Range Officer at Tri-County Sportsman's League (Saline, MI) by a shooter who complained that the cartridge didn't go off.
Upon initial examination, the rippling near the case mouth and the high primer showed right away that something was amiss.
Upon opening up the cartridge, the most remarkable artifact was found, or rather not found--there's no flash-hole! There wasn't any powder either.
The cartridge bears a Remington headstamp. Hard to understand how something with this many flaws in one unit got out the door--but it did!
The club is retaining the cartridge for use in range orientation and safety classes.
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