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Use some light and check it liver side thorougly, it might be that an air pellet was sitting there and it is the main problem. Pellets gets in between the liver and final end.
Check thorogly, ( full time check it, use flash light for seeing)
Otherwise there is no such reason.
If you dont find a thing, then, check your barrel, use bore cleaner stick or straight wire, there is high probability that, its chowked by pellets.
Clear the barrel as mentioned in instruction mannual.
Inshallah your problem will be solved.
Open the bolt and carefully put in your ammo one on top the other. They should "click in" and hold in the magazine. Be sure to put each shell in as far back toward the bolt as possible to ensure good feeding. If you have a magazine release door on the bottom of your rifle, be sure it is properly closed and locked. Good luck with your Ruger rifle.
Are you talking about a full magazine? You have to get the bolt out of the way because it is too tight? Take out 1 round and see what happens. Does it do it to an empty mag? You are not talking about a stripper clip are you? You know they don't come with magazines, the 30 rnd mags you get that are detachable have been modified some how. And they don't go in easy. Not like an AK, Let me know.
The reason that you are having trouble re-assembling the ribbon spring is that you need three hands to complete the job. As you recall the nail pusher just slips into the front of the rails. The pusher has the spring and a pin to retain the spool in place. Install the spring with the bolt hole towards leaver and slip into the front of rails. Take a small paper clip and bend a small hook to catch the ribbon spring. Hook the springs bolt hole with the paper clip and hold the spring in the approximate position for bolt as you push the assembly into rails and use latch to hold. While holding spring with paperclip, insert bolt thru rails and spring into nosepiece. Just break off the paperclip at this point and you are almost done. Some nailers have a metal support clip that you would need to have in place on bolt before installing bolt thru spring. For a breakdown of the gun go to www.toolpartsdirect.com. The other bolt for rails has a support/guide for the safety foot. Good luck and email if you have questions.
Most rifles will hit whithin at least one inch across a normal back yard. You're quality is going to come from the manufacturer. CO2 and Air Pump is a personal choice, I have noticed no difference in performance, though some say CO2 is more reliable. Daisy is a classic manufacturer and has some modern, good weighted rifles that will shoot dependably. Anything with a Walther barrel or the Walther name is a good investment when it comes to rifles (not so much for pistols). Break barrel actions are prone to jam, be difficult to open once lead shavings build up, and pinch nastilly, and if you have a child or are a novice shooter yourself, a traditional action will help you learn proper habits early on. You really shouldnt spend 300$ for an Air Rifle, or even 200...Maybe even 100.