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Old 11-24-2008, 10:50 AM   #11
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I think you are on the right track with the ammo not cycling the bolt at all. Leaving the case sort of welded to the chamber. This seams plausable to me. Because even in bolt guns you turn the case firat before removing it. therefor breaking any bond that might have happend.
Not all bolt guns..... guns using a mauser style non rotating bolt with a rotating collar (such as my Brno mod 2,and Cz 452s,) dont turn the case before extracting. but i've never had one of these fail to extract on me, except a mates Stirling (mod 14?) but that was due to not being cleaned in a VERY long time. Not bagging the theory though, could be right, just adding my 2 bits. let us know when you figure out the problem.
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