Failure to eject


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#3

I see what you did there.


#4

stove pipe?
limp wrist?


#5

Worse is premature ejection. At least if there’s a failure to eject, you’re still in battery. Premature ejection and it’s all over.


#6

And then there’s failure to extract…


#7

I posted something but it was bad so it’s gone . Sometimes a evil monster pops in my head and I can stop him.


#8

If I think back… I had this problem twice… then years later a third time. Now I have three kids. Love them… but not I do not care seeing as how I shoot blanks.


#9

This was a serious video and we hijacked the thread and made it all pee-pee jokes. What’s wrong with us? Lol. Sorry, @Tactical_Reviews. It was a great video. Apparently, we’re just all children around here. Myself included. :rofl:


#10

Not the first time, won’t be the last. :grin:


#11

Don’t be fooled, he sets them up that way for plausible denial


#12

Who, me? No.:thinking:


#13

what really sucks is when you are all loaded up and ready to fire and the target pulls away…