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Old 08-24-2010, 05:35 AM   #1
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For some reason my bolt will not advance the next shell into the chamber. As close as I can see appears the bolt just slides over and or barely grabs just enough to jam the gun. I've put a new clip in but still has same problem. Anyone have this problem or have the solution. I love my nylon 77 but not as a single shot. Thanks for any help,

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Old 08-24-2010, 11:21 AM   #2
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I had this very same problem with a Cetme until I bought new mags for it then the problem went away.

I had a Nylon 77 a long time ago but it was stolen along with a few other guns I had. I liked it a lot.

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i have the nylon 66 that was passed down to me and it is my understanding that these were proto-type guns of the 70's and that remington has a lifetime warranty on everypart of the rifle,so if messing w/ the clip does not help maybe you coul try contacting remington.
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