my Rock River eats wolf ammo, and screams for more, funny thing is tho, it groups closer than most of the higher dollar ammo..........in my 16-inch.
BUT...........................because steel does little to no expanding, always shoot your softer brass shells first (before steel shells), and then follow with steel shells. being that powder is so dirty (several, several 30 round mags full), and the oils and powder residues build up and super heat in the chamber, shooting brass BEFORE steel will keep the clearance tolerance to "ejector safe parameters." lol
a side-note tho, this most likely won't ever happen, unless you never clean your chamber after bout 1000 rounds or more (not necessarily 1k rounds, but ALOT)...........................REALLY dirty chambers usually cause this to happen. if you examine your spent cases tho, you will start to see pock marks on them. this is where the oils inside the chamber are super-heating and causing the metal to have pin-point holes, or bubble marks, where the oil basically fried the metal. a good cleaning of the chamber is needed then........a GOOD CLEANING!!!
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