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How to make a glocknade...

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Cpl_Siggy, Feb 8, 2012.

  1. Cpl_Siggy

    Cpl_Siggy

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    Shoot the round on the left out of your .40 cal...

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    Seriously though, how do I dispose if this round safely? It came out of a box of winchester 180 gr bonded jhp.
     
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  3. JCountz

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    Or you can go to your local hardware store and get a small pair of pipe cutters. its a blade you spin around and around until it finaly cuts through the casing.
     
  4. homersapien

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    As a truly cheap bastard I would grab my bullet puller, take it apart, and then put it together at the correct OAL. Or you could call Winchester; I bet they send you a whole new box of the stuff.
     
  5. lehigh

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    Or just trow it in the garbage.
    Lehigh...
     
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    I've got a 9mm just like that. I think it was WWB.
     
  7. Deserteagle007

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    Pull it out with a pair of pliers.
     
  8. SJ 40

    SJ 40 Deplorable,Clinger

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    Naw winchester will just send out a certificate for more of the same,more hassle than it's worth. I have a simple rule purchase anything other than winchester,that includes ammo all their components most especially primers. SJ 40
     
  9. Adjuster

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    Nearest lake or river or garbage pail.


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  10. SCC

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    put it on the pavement and take a hammer to it !!!!:whistling:
     
  11. Officer's Match

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    With the replies of using a bullet puller I just have to ask, how would that work? There is not enough of the bullet exposed to use a bullet puller. If I am wrong please correct me.
     
  13. wallacefan

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    someone in our cc class used 9 mm ammo in a G22
    that was scary!
     
  14. Fuerte

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    This!

    I had a problems with a few of boxes of Winchester ammo a couple of months ago. I sent one back at their expense and they sent me two vouchers for $20 each.

    FYI - http://glocktalk.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1388064&highlight=winchester+ammo

    I quit buying Winchester ammo after I used the vouchers. They made it right, but still too many issues for me...
     
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    An inertial bullet puller looks basically like a hammer. If you put the head down, the back screws off and has a collet inside. Place the rim of the round in the collet with the projectile end inside the puller and screw the cap back on.

    Strike a hard surface with the head of the puller and after a few strikes, the bullet will pop out of the case with the bullet and powder retained within the puller.
     
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    I have seen this done with a hatchet and a .22 shell. It didn't end well.



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  17. SJ 40

    SJ 40 Deplorable,Clinger

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    With a kinetic bullet puller as linked by Lyodbraun,the bullet would exit the case in the chamber of the puller as it would as if fired from a firearm. It would exit the mouth of the case,the bullet and powder would end up in the chamber of the puller. SJ 40
     
  18. Kaybe

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    If you don't want to mess with a bullet puller, just soak it in some oil for awhile. that will kill the primer and most likely, the powder as well. Get a bullet puller. It will more than pay for itself in the long run. A small plastic jug with some oil in the bottom will do the trick.
     
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    Toby196 Fetching a rug.

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    Or just toss it in a fire pit. Back during OIF 1, some genius on my FOB decided to do such with a Mk19 round (40mm grenade) when we were cleaning up to ship back home. I happened to be about 20 meters from the pit when it cooked off (talk about a nice "pick-me-up" at the end of our deployment). :steamed:

    But seriously, I'd concur with those recommending using a bullet-puller. If you don't want to shell out the cash to buy one, it probably wouldn't be to hard to find someone at your local gun range that will take care of it for you.