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Always Use Manufacturer’s Recommended Ammunition, Or This Kaboom Could Happen to You

Always obey the recommended ammunition rule given by your firearm’s manufacturer.

Failure to follow this rule could end in a blown up gun and possible injuries.

Watch this video and see this 9mm pistol that took a beating from the wrong ammunition.

The Diamondback 9mm is a pistol whose manufacturer specifically states not to shoot +P (extra pressure) ammunition in it. These shooters let some hot Corbon-loaded cartridges make their way into this pistol, and after the fifth shot, the pistol had a major catastrophic failure.

These shooters in this video were lucky to have not been seriously injured by this ammunition oversight. It was interesting to see how this lucky shooter was holding it, which ultimately saved his fingers.

Always be sure that the ammunition you carry and load are for the firearm you’re using only.

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Always Use Manufacturer’s Recommended Ammunition, Or This Kaboom Could Happen to You