Thursday, August 08, 2013
You now have two bullets lodged in the bore.
Swing out the cylinder and reload.
Fire another squib. Fire a fourth.
The fourth squib prevented him from firing any more, because the bore was already full of bullet and the fourth projectile lodged halfway into the barrel with half still in the cylinder, locking the gun up tight. The clue to what was wrong was the shiny copper ogive of the first bullet now protruding slightly from the muzzle.
Remember: If it goes *pop*, STOP!