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Video: Bee Somehow Causes Rifle to Jam

It was a bee-autiful day at the range, when suddenly, a bee somehow causes this guy's rifle to jam. During an AR training course, the group was practicing routine firing drills, when this man's gun stopped shooting. He was able to break the gun down and discovered a bee flew into his chamber on a reload, causing his rifle to jam. After a few swipes with a cleaning rod, the rifle was bee-free and back in action.
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