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Check the magazine spring; the weapon was probably stored with ammo in the mag, and the spring has lost its elasticity. Try a different mag and see whether it resolves the problem. Other possible issues: inadequate lubrication, a rough spot on the breech block that's catching the cartridge, or carbon buildup immediately inside the breech.

Sanford MARK II... | Answered on Dec 02, 2017

Yes, these are available at any good camera shop. WalMart might even carry it...

Sanford MARK II... | Answered on Oct 03, 2009

Blown primers and hard ejection are clear indications of excessive pressure. If these are handloads you need to back off on the charge and possibly make other changes in your load. Check a good loading manual for reference.
If they are factory loads you perhaps have a headspace problem or the oal with that particular bullet is too long for your particular rifle, jamming the bullet into the rifling, and not allowing it any "jump space" or lead.
1. dont fire anymore of that lot of ammo, and contact federal.
2. check with a qualified gunsmith, have headspace, and bore diameter checked.
3. if your knowledgable in smoking the tip of a bullet, check for lead, or have this done by a qualified gunsmith.

Sanford MARK II... | Answered on Aug 04, 2009

You need to edit them for the correct orientation on your computer, before you download them - there is no capability in the frame to retain the data.

Photography | Answered 2 days ago

Some Laptops have the ability to automatically rotate pictures based on certain criteria. Being as you now know the pictures are sideways, simply rotate them in most any graphics program, and save them with a different name. (I usually use something like HPIM2345.JPG and the new name would be HPIM2345a.JPG. I do this so I still have the original in case something goes wrong. I go through the whole batch from my camera or phone, rotate as necessary, and once I am sure they are OK then I delete the original.

Photography | Answered 2 days ago

Two possible causes spring to mind :
1) You may not have undone the release sufficiently for it to move freely
2) There may be grit or other foreign matter trapped in the bearing. If you can take it apart, you should be able to clean the contact surfaces and re-lubricate it before re-assembly.

Photography | Answered 3 days ago

Sounds as if you are merely loosening it on the centre column. You need to slacken off the horizontal control, usually near the panning handle.

Photography | Answered on Dec 10, 2017

CONTACT FUJI not fixya they have warranty .

Photography | Answered on Dec 09, 2017

listing what camera you are asking about might be a big help when asking a question here at fixya. please re ask your question separately

Photography | Answered on Dec 08, 2017

Whatever the actual subject matter of this query (which is a little unclear from the way it is worded), it does not appear to relate to a camera.

Photography | Answered on Dec 06, 2017

Clean the PCB (printed circuit board) check all the connectors and the circuit's internal connections whether it is OK or not if there is some loose or stain then try to reconnect the same and clean all the parts easily with a brash then the problems will not occur

Photography | Answered on Dec 05, 2017

So you have told us, repeatedly. Please be more specific about the 'top accessories' to which you refer.

Photography | Answered on Dec 03, 2017

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