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I was just browsing around the net and came across a few pictures of this Tactical and wanted to know if anyone knows the story behind this...





 

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****ty hand-loads and lead bullets is my guess... or it was shot with a 12ga slug, lol.
 

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I think it was shot. If a round went off before completely chambering I doubt you would see the slide bowed in towards the barrel as seen in picture #2 and #3.
 

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Had to be shot. I have never seen a KB with the ejection side bowed in like that. Looks like it was shot with something heavy.
 

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Is this on GB? Who's bidding?! Lol.
 

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Definately an "exterior" incident/impact. My guess is that it was laid down on a bench or car roof/hood and the owner (or his ex-best friend) fired a round into it from a shotgun or rifle with a top-mounted optical sight - the sight was clear but not the muzzle. Happens all the time to windows sills and roof hoods.

Could be considered a new version of the "shoot to destuction" test. :) 1 round only required - saves money.

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Is this on GB? Who's bidding?! Lol.
LOL.You were closer than you realize.....

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To me it looks like it was crushed. Maybe run over by a track machine with the grousers spaced wide enough that only one got it. Just a theory. I've seen plenty of things meet their demise under the track of a machine. Mostly phones though. Never a USP. I guess that's just where my mind goes when I see something like this.
 

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been there, done that.....it was just a gutter that was damaged.

Definately an "exterior" incident/impact. My guess is that it was laid down on a bench or car roof/hood and the owner (or his ex-best friend) fired a round into it from a shotgun or rifle with a top-mounted optical sight - the sight was clear but not the muzzle. Happens all the time to windows sills and roof hoods.

Could be considered a new version of the "shoot to destuction" test. :) 1 round only required - saves money.

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