Explains rifle malfunctions
Explains pistol malfunctions
Explains common shotgun malfunctions
Keith and Kerry (NRA Instructors) take us through what can go wrong with ammunition and what to do when it does.
If you suspect that you have had a Squib Load, STOP SHOOTING IMMEDIATELY. Field strip the firearm and check the barrel for obstructions. If the barrel is obstructed, use a wooden or brass dowel rod to remove the obstruction.
An ammunition malfunction that produces a perceptible delay in the ignition of the propellant after the primer has been struck is a Misfire or Hang Fire. If you believe you have experienced a Misfire or Hang Fire (a Dud) keep the weapon pointed down range and count to 30. After that time has passed you can reasonably assume that you have experienced a Misfire and not a Hangfire.
Shooting instructor Liam Whelehan of the Oxford Gun Company explains what to do if you have a misfire while shooting.
From Failure to Fire to Double-Feed, your National Association for Gun Rights shows how to resolve common handgun malfunctions a gun owner may encounter.
Aaron covers the three most common AR platform malfunctions; clearing techniques and general advice on increasing efficiency.
Friends of Kelsey Creek 528G a 501(c)(3) nonprofit
Headquarters in Morrison, Colorado
Copyright © 2021 528G.org - All Rights Reserved.
Powered by GoDaddy Website Builder