I have a new FN PS90 and I have a couple questions.
Question #1. After pulling back the charging handle, if I guide it forward easily the round only goes about 90% of the way into the chamber and the gun won't fire. But if I pull back the charging handle and just let go of it and let it snap forward, there is never a problem. My question is, is this normal behavior? I have done this before with pistols (guiding the slide forward after cocking it) and they worked just fine either way.
Question #2. In the situation described in Question #1, with the first round about 90% of the way into the chamber, if I were to pull the charging handle back WITH a loaded magazine still in the gun and let the handle go, is there any danger of the gun taking a second round off the magazine and slamming the point into the primer of the first round? Is it ever possible for something like this to happen? Just curious.