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jokat989
06-11-2012, 12:44 PM
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SpunkyJivl
06-11-2012, 12:46 PM
Steel cased garbage. This is why I buy brass only!

stix213
06-11-2012, 12:47 PM
.223 in a 7.62x39 rifle?

RazzB7
06-11-2012, 12:48 PM
.223 in a 7.62x39 rifle?

+1 Looks like that to me. I hate it when that "crappy steel cased ammo" can't stand up to that.

pontiacpratt
06-11-2012, 12:51 PM
That's what i call "fire formed"

pyro3k2
06-11-2012, 1:09 PM
Steel cased garbage. This is why I buy brass only!

look harder at the picture please, I doubt brass would have done any better.

Fadedline
06-11-2012, 1:13 PM
:kest::90:

Quinc
06-11-2012, 1:14 PM
Because only steel casings can split! right? :TFH:

OP did it do any damage to your gun?

HK35
06-11-2012, 1:22 PM
looks like that round made a piston driven AK to a blow-back driven AK.

cabinetguy
06-11-2012, 1:31 PM
zombies ate your ammo?

tanakasan
06-11-2012, 1:41 PM
Kaboom!

Did that bullet go downrange? Sound weird?

Robert

jokat989
06-11-2012, 1:46 PM
yes, it was a .223 i inadvertently loaded into an ak mag. when the round went off it felt like a squib and i had to use a cleaning rod to get the case out. i proceeded to shoot it some more with the correct ammo.

this is not a case of ****ty ammo, this is a case of operator error.
i never thought i was dum enough to shoot the wrong ammo in my gun.. until it happend lol

rayrayz
06-11-2012, 1:52 PM
lol wow that looks like a good split!
yeah like others have said doubt brass would fair any better.:rolleyes:
Glad no one was hurt!

pyro3k2
06-11-2012, 11:09 PM
Thankfully that happened in an AK (FANBOY'S DON'T GET INTO THE AR VS AK DEBATE WITH THIS STATEMENT). But if that had destroyed the rifle beyond repair I would be out a lot of money if that happened in my AR.

fighterpilot562
06-11-2012, 11:31 PM
Damn that cant be good for the gun

penguinofsleep
06-11-2012, 11:40 PM
yes, it was a .223 i inadvertently loaded into an ak mag. when the round went off it felt like a squib and i had to use a cleaning rod to get the case out. i proceeded to shoot it some more with the correct ammo.

this is not a case of ****ty ammo, this is a case of operator error.
i never thought i was dum enough to shoot the wrong ammo in my gun.. until it happend lol

:D
just no stopping the AK.

supersonic
06-12-2012, 12:45 AM
Steel cased garbage. This is why I buy brass only!

Pretty smart comment. So brass is stronger than steel. Hmmmmm......:facepalm: (Next time, hone in a little more on what you are looking at and do a little studying up on your metallurgy.;) )

TacticalPlinker
06-12-2012, 1:02 AM
yes, it was a .223 i inadvertently loaded into an ak mag. when the round went off it felt like a squib and i had to use a cleaning rod to get the case out. i proceeded to shoot it some more with the correct ammo.

this is not a case of ****ty ammo, this is a case of operator error.
i never thought i was dum enough to shoot the wrong ammo in my gun.. until it happend lol


How the **** did you accidentally load a .223 into your AK? I'm holding my tongue on this (so to speak), but I think you need to pay more attention to what you're doing when it involves a firearm. We all make mistakes but that's a bad one.

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acaligunner
06-12-2012, 1:43 AM
AK-47~ So awesome a ruptured 223 round does nothing to it.

In Kalashnikovs voice, " I spit at your 223 round pheww-- hahaha ".

:eek:

acaligunner

scglock
06-12-2012, 1:56 AM
Steel cased garbage. This is why I buy brass only!

Brass would've done the exact same thing if not worse in this scenario :facepalm:

supersonic
06-12-2012, 4:44 AM
I'll finish your quote for you.............


In Kalashnikovs voice, " I spit at your 223 round pheww-- hahaha -- and then feel like idiot after Mother Russia copies your .223 with - what is now standard Russian AK(74) cartridge : the 5.45x39mm. I guess imitation is sincerest form of flattery. " ;)

sonnyt650
06-12-2012, 6:24 AM
I'm surprised the .223 would seat well enough in the chamber that the firing pin could hit dead center of the primer, good thing you were shooting the low-power variety and chamber pressure was near non-existent. The reason it wouldn't extract is because of the smaller rim, not because the metal was stuck in the highly tapered chamber. BTW: hope you have a chrome-lined chamber because that's probably fire scored a bit otherwise, though I guess maybe you AK guys don't care.