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Babosch 07-08-2013 04:02 AM

Excessive headspacing?
 
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I recently purchased a Romanian MK99 from Wise Lite arms. I took it out the other day and had a very unpleasant experience. The first round I shot the case got stuck in the chamber. I had to take the gun apart to get it out. the case had a giant buldge at the base and the primer had a weak indent. Next shot... Click... No boom. Being a dumbass I tried again until I finally got a shot off. This time it extracted the spent case, but the case was bulged out again. Anyways I took some pics to see what you guys think. I emailed the company a couple days ago, but being a holiday weekend Ill have to wait to hear from them until tomorrow... Hopefully. Honestly I'm pretty f****** pissed about almost blowing off my face.

SSGN_Doc 07-08-2013 05:07 AM

Looks like it fired, while out if battery. Or possibly the chamber is not properly bored. Definitely needs the importer/manufacturer to have a look.

7.62 Man 07-08-2013 10:07 PM

Wow!:eek:
You are lucky you didn't blow your face off.

c3shooter 07-08-2013 10:21 PM

As said- that round was fired when the bolt was not yet in battery. Besides the bulge at the base, look at the (non-existent) neck of the case.

therewolf 07-08-2013 10:49 PM

Hey Babosch,

Welcome to the FTF.

Maybe I missed the part where you carefully cleaned

the preservative out of the rifle.

Combloc guns aren't like Remingtons and

Savages, you have to carefully clean them

before firing.


So I assume you carefully cleaned the barrel,

chamber, bolt and innards on this unit before

taking it to the range? IME this gunk will cause

stuck bolts, jammed cartridges, and a small host of

other problems.

Babosch 07-09-2013 06:00 PM

Therewolf,

Yes the gun was properly cleaned and lubed. The gun was built from a kit so there was no cosmoline. It looked like they had test fired it even. When I took the gas tube off the piston had carbon on it. I even took the firing pin out and cleaned the inside of the bolt and extractor. I talked wise lite and they told me to send it back for repair/exchange. To be honest I kinda scared to shoot another gun they made but we will see.

therewolf 07-10-2013 02:06 AM

Sorry, Babosch,

I use Occam's Razor when Internet Troubleshooting.

Many guys buy their first Combloc, after many domestic

rifles, making the simple assumption that they are cleaned,

wiped down, and lightly oiled, like what they are used to.


Hopefully the exchange will work better for you.

The fact they exchanged it is a good sign.


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