Originally Posted by Leonarider
I am hAving similar issues with a brand new T bolt in 17hmr. Took it to the range today to sight in the new scope. Out of the first 20 shots, I had 10 FTFs. I don't want to push the panic button as the gun is new, but that just isn't acceptable. When I pull the bolt back it doesn't look as if the round is fully seated in the chamber and the pressure from the next round in the clip is pushing it up so much as to not allow proper insertion . I forcefully push the bolt to rechamber round and get the expected bang. Has anyone else experienced this and could it be just the "new" needing to get worn off? New to the forum and any help would be appreciated.
I would call browning to get a return label emailed to you. They will fix your gun or send you a new one. It's just that simple.
I bought a Marlin XT 22MR. I tried to sight it in. It was shooting about a foot high with the sight as low as possible. In about 2 weeks I had a new Marlin that shoots great.
Browning has better customer support than Remlin.