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WYDave
Posted 10/13/2021 20:21 (#9267532 - in reply to #9267433)
Subject: RE: Everybody is a gun Smith. - till they aren't


Wyoming

In guns with a thinner barrel wall, you will often find that the barrel is bulged behind the squib, Ruger's barrels are built absurdly thick, and from what I could see in the photos, I'm not seeing an obvious bulging. But that's from examining the photos - if I had the piece here in front of me, I'd be making measurements with a mic on the outside of the barrel, and running a snug patch down the barrel to get an idea whether it is bulged or not - not depending on visual inspection alone.

Shotguns can squib too - Sometimes, the plastic wad is left in the barrel after a shot - the shot went downrange, but the wad/shot cup hung up in the barrel. In those cases, you'll see a very defined bulge in the barrel.  Sometimes, a shotgun barrel splits open like a peeled banana. It's not pretty.

Here's an example in a flop-top revolver (ie, not a Ruger):

https://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/IMG_3542.jpg

Here's a 9mm sub-gun barrel:

https://www.reddit.com/r/ThingsCutInHalfPorn/comments/1lv283/machine_gun_barrel_after_a_squib_773x580/

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