This revolver certainly is having a bad day.
It was fed substandard ammunition and a bullet got stuck in its barrel.
Watch this video and see the dangers of shooting remanufactured ammunition in your trusty revolver.
Well Glockster42 ran into quite a danger while shooting his his Smith and Wesson .38 special revolver. He got a bullet stuck in the barrel.
This cartridges in question that caused the stuck bullet were bought at a gun show. They were remanufactured ammunition meaning, they were never loaded by a factory to factory specifications. He states the previous 40 cartridges shot were really light in recoil and noise. Then he shot this cartridge that was just short of launching a bullet from the revolver’s barrel. It was a squib bullet.
If this shooter would have fired another bullet into the back of this bullet, it could have been a bad accident for both man and revolver. Load your own ammunition carefully or buy factory ammunition. Leave the Bubba’s Own Ammunition table quickly and buy legit.