Flashy ammo

PMC rifle ammunition is pretty flashy to begin with. This picture shows shot three or four in a sequence of rapid fire. By then, the build-up of hot gas and unburned powder particles caused a brighter muzzle flame than before.

The rifle is PWS Mk.2 piston .308 with a Gemtech suppressor. The shooter is Yih-Chau Cheng, Oakland Gun Rights Examiner.

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2 Responses to Flashy ammo

  1. Firehand says:

    Worst I’ve ever used was Remington 9mm hollowpoints; biggest flash of any pistol ammo I’d ever fired.

  2. Lyle says:

    VERY cool photo.

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