Question about Masonry Tools
Shells jam up
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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.
Posted on Aug 04, 2009
at the back of the rifle there is this small ''switch'' . pull it back and the casing will be loose. pull it out. i think its visual c++ model 390
Posted on Jul 02, 2010
The info as to if there is a removable mag;20 or 30 rd , is no addresed. I can tell you that clips not factory will have to have a little sharp that needs to be filed down just a fraction. If u take to much off it will be loose and dangerous. Push a non-factory mag down with your finger and let it up slowly. You will be able to see where it is the inside of the mag is slightly catching the lip of the clip. Sometimes it is front, back, or both. That small bit if material is enough to cause casings from ejecting properly. ALWAYS start by removing a little material and gradually get your proper fit;because iu take too much the fat lady starts singing!! lol
Posted on May 21, 2012
SOURCE: My 308 winchester semi automatic rifle jams after shooting first bullet. In order to recover, you remove the clip, eject the bullet, replace the clip, **** the rifle and shoot second shot jams
there is a small lip that pulls the shell out of the breach as the bolt moves back
take it in to a firearm repair shop and have it properly fixed
Posted on Oct 05, 2016
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