Removing a stuck case with a grease gun

Johnny's Reloading Bench | April 30th, 2019

 

It’s time to try removing this case that’s stuck in the chamber of my Krieger 308 AR-10 barrel. A generous viewer made an adapter to connect a grease gun to the muzzle. Can hydraulic pressure get the job done?

Want to borrow my barrel adapter? Email me at random157294683@gmail.com If you fail to return it in a timely manner I will publicly shame you on video and then falsely report you for a horrific crime.

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wisco1
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I almost had a mess to clean up when that case popped out. That was funny. Similarly to the reaction I had using a 12 ton press, a torch, and hammer to press a rusted drive shaft out of a front wheel bearing.

Thank you again for the Kentucky entertainment.

noshot
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noshot

10 k of pressure will do that.

brian1369
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Thanks to DAVE for making the Barrel to Grease gun fitting! It is fitting that you reward him for his support! Congratulation Dave, enjoy the Upper.

FortuneCookie45LC
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JRB – Hooray..!! Removing any stuck case from anything is always cause for celebration… Good shootin’ to ya, JRB and much continued success…. Steve

Gas gun jon
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Gas gun jon

Speaking of stuck things, do you think liquid coconut oil in place of lanolin would work as case lube?