So pretty recently my Henry Repeating Arms Lever action .22lr rifle has been jamming frequently. As in every 10 or so rounds the bullet gets stuck with the rim of the round pointing up. And I would have to repeatedly dissamble the rifle and use a flat head screwdriver to take it out. I'm not babying the lever or anything. And I do have a snap cap in there as my last round. But I'm assuming with a tubuler magazine the snap cap is what may be causing my bullet to jam or I need to operate the lever a little slower. It usually jams when I'm on my 2nd to last round. But I can't even enjoy shooting it without taking the rifle apart 3-4 times because of it jamming. I'm gonna try giving it a detailed cleaning and lubing and just load live rounds with no snap cap and see if that fixes the problem. It shoots really well, chambers and loads good. Its just every "x" number of rounds it jams and I find my self fieldstripping the weapon to unjam it more than I am actually shooting it. Any ideas? Or this a common thing with Henry's rifles? Thanks!