OzzieF Posted December 14, 2011 Share Posted December 14, 2011 (edited) So a couple of things I noticed today after shooting my new to me open gun. The brass was coming out marked. It had almost a rifling look to it and more buldge than I am used to seeing on brass. Its a Schuemann AET chambered in .38 super.(I found the answer to my "rifled" brass. Guess its just part of the AET barrel) After getting home and cleaning the gun, I took the barrel out and noticed the "grooves" in the chamber. Is this normal? I also dropped a couple rounds in the chamber and there was enough room to wiggle the round in the chamber. How much room should there be? Here are a couple pics of the chmber and brass. Sorry for the crappy pics. Edited December 14, 2011 by OzzieF Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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