mweitz Posted October 6, 2019 Report Share Posted October 6, 2019 Will shooting full auto in a full auto gun, when encountering a squib load, be enough power to cycle the action and load another round? I've asked this question in another forum and got good info, but I wanted ya'll's take on it. Traditional squib load avoidance procedures was if you 'felt' something different after pulling the trigger, don't pull the trigger again. That doesn't apply to full autos. I've heard S&B is good and safe, but to stick to 'subgun' ammo and avoid 'range' ammo. What is considered 'subgun' ammo and avoid 'range' ammo? Should I stick with top manufactures of ammo (Federal, Winchester, etc.), or is it safe to source 'cheaper' brands (Aguila, S&B, etc.)? Or am I overthinking it, and there's really no risk? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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