The result of using chinese ammunition

As a lover of guns and one who is legal to carry a concealed weapon, I would NEVER ever consider using cheapo, made in China ammunition. It would make NO difference to me for what caliber and how 'great' the price is.

I am extremely fussy about what I shoot through all my guns and i never have purchased ammunition that was not made here in the USA. I also help my friends hand load ammo for their guns and mine.

This was sent to me by a friend and I thought it is VERY worth sharing.

Just think if you had fired this S&W Model 629 defending your home or loved ones? This is one area you DO NOT want to scrimp on and take the cheap way out.

Thanks to Findalis for sending this to me!


The result of using made in China ammunition.

Yep, ammo made in China.
.44 Magnum accident.  First it was baby formula, then pet food but now you  should watch out when buying anything from China, including new 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 showwhat he saw.

Bet he never uses Chinese made ammo again! Looks like when the round inthe chamber went off, it also set off at least two other rounds inadjacent cylinders. I would have hated to been the one that pulled the trigger on that one!

Hat tip: Findalis

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HermitLion said...

Better leave Chinese bullets in China.