Yildiz O/U shotgun failure

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You might contact them, overloads are always a possibility.

I hope you kept the offending hull and rest of the box.

Just a thought. :drunk2:
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Thanks for the idea... I contacted Browning as well. Here is the shotshell or what was left of it.
 

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I'm still trying to figure out how a primer backs out in an O/U action. That end can't go anywhere. Any chance the case lip is under sized and fit down into the chamber further than it should?
 

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I'm still trying to figure out how a primer backs out in an O/U action. That end can't go anywhere. Any chance the case lip is under sized and fit down into the chamber further than it should?
No kidding. That appears to be a chamber issue. Impossible for a fully locked OU with correct chambers to flow the base of the shell like the OP posted.
 
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