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was firing a gbb after field stripping. the first shot and the slide launched forward off the gun.... apparently i forgot to put in the slide retaining pin :P

 

i also know of a guy who tried using red gas in a maruzen p99 and the slide blew up in his face :P

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i was shooting a HFC M9A1, and the barrel broke in half and shot off, and almost lodged itself in the paper target i was shooting at!

i certainly sent that back to the seller... it broke on its 3rd shot :D

-Joe

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Dove forwards on the ground to avoid getting shot. Funny thing is how your hold on a subcompact auto forces you to place your pinky curled up underneath the magazine floorplate. So I short of mashed my pinky on the ground with a handgun.

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...So I was holding a lighter in front of various GBBs (this was before the propane adapter was invented), and playing with the fire that came out of it. I took a rather unreliable GBB and continued in the same manner... Unluckily it vented... I lost part of my eyebrow, and all the hair on one of my hands lol. Suffice to say, I've never tried that again.

 

You know how the TM desert eagle has a metal internal slide frame? You would think, that it might be possible to shoot it without all that plastic around it. Well, if you've ever taken apart the slide for one of those, you would know there's a large, heavy metal piston that helps with the immense kick from this gun. But I decided to experiment and see if this could cycle properly without the plastic bits anyway... There's now a large dent in my wall from that heavy metal piston...

 

Another time I was working on a TMP that couldn't quite strip bbs from the mag. After hours of frustrating work on it, I gave up in a fit of rage, while walking, and gassed up, and with BBs in the mag, I begin to oscilate the gun violently up and down with only my finger in the trigger guard... Apparently the gun never strips BBs from the mag usually... I ended up on the ground clutching my foot with a rather large welt on it...

 

 

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i decocked a KSC m93r

 

 

 

also when running like a madman in electrowerkz, i slipped, put my hand on to a wall to stedy myself, and in doing so; crushed my little finger between the wall and the mag lip thing on the bottom of my 1911 magazine.

 

I baught a glock broken (actually i have done this many times, but this piticular one...) when i recieved it i stripped it and could not find any problems at all, all the parts where working and it looked well cleaned and maintained.

I decided to test fire it.

It was a glock 17, it shot about 10 shots on full auto then the slide flew accross my garden.

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My brother pretended to shoot himself in the side of the head with my TM Deagle hardkick.

 

The mag was only gased, and not bb'd, but it scared the s**t out of him.

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Getting my first GBB, a TM Deagle HardKick, and firing it repeatedly into a bush at my first skirmish... Only to hear "Owwww..." and several groans...

 

:D

 

Been hooked on gas guns ever since!

 

Ben.

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I had some one stand slightly off to the side of a target with a camera so we could record a shot with the then new PFI Smoke Cap suppressor, but for some reason the BB hit the side of the silencer on the way out and curved and hit him in the gut.

 

It might not have been funny if he hadn't let out the girliest scream whilst collapsing, all while the camera was in his hands recording.

 

 

Besides that, plenty of accidents, none funny.

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...So I was holding a lighter in front of various GBBs (this was before the propane adapter was invented), and playing with the fire that came out of it. I took a rather unreliable GBB and continued in the same manner... Unluckily it vented... I lost part of my eyebrow, and all the hair on one of my hands lol. Suffice to say, I've never tried that again.

 

You know how the TM desert eagle has a metal internal slide frame? You would think, that it might be possible to shoot it without all that plastic around it. Well, if you've ever taken apart the slide for one of those, you would know there's a large, heavy metal piston that helps with the immense kick from this gun. But I decided to experiment and see if this could cycle properly without the plastic bits anyway... There's now a large dent in my wall from that heavy metal piston...

 

Another time I was working on a TMP that couldn't quite strip bbs from the mag. After hours of frustrating work on it, I gave up in a fit of rage, while walking, and gassed up, and with BBs in the mag, I begin to oscilate the gun violently up and down with only my finger in the trigger guard... Apparently the gun never strips BBs from the mag usually... I ended up on the ground clutching my foot with a rather large welt on it...

 

I see a myth busters moment. (Adam "Am I missing an eyebrow?")

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I racked the slide on my HFC M190 to place ready in my holster the hammer catch must have failed and it decided to go full Auto point blank on my knee cap.

 

something similar happened to a police i knew, only with his real steal side arm. put a round in his thigh, went all the way down along his leg and exited out by his ankle.

 

one thing i forgot, i was in a skirmish and came upon a marksman whos back was to me. i was too close for a sniper rifle shot, but too far for surrender. so i pulled my sidearm, took carefull aim, and "CLICK" safety was on! the guy then spun around and sent a half mag of bb's my way :P

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i bump fired my brothers KJW para ordinance, it wasnt a leaf spring issue either as the slide didnt lock back on the hammer and it fired semi perfectly after any of the time i did it, so it definitley can be done.

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I once saw a guy try using a CO2 madbull adapter to fill and power his magnatech 1911. he thought it would be funny. On the first shot the magazine blew out the bottom of the gun, the hop up guts shot put the front of the gun, and the breech that the nozzle fits in blew out the back of the slide and hit him in the face. It was freakin hilarious.

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i put a guarder highflow valve in a WE c02 mag and when i tightened in the c02 in place the valve blew out and stuck into my wall. funny thing the threads in the mag were destroyed and the valve was fine.

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I left a black M9 out on a (very) hot day once, loaded with green gas. Burnt my hand when I picked it up. Stupidly, I let it off. Luckily, no damage but made a crack like a rifle and scared my mates *suitcase*less.

-Matt

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So what happens when you try to decock it as per other KSCs? A nice burst of full auto to remind you not to do it again? :D

 

Stu.

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