so ive pumped out about 300 reloads of .223 shot about 240 of em. this morning my wife encountered my first mistake. from what i can gather she inserted a round, it failed to fire and was stuck in the chamber. she cleared that and inserted another round. this round jammed going into the chamber. holding the bolt partially open. at this point the bolt wouldnt move either direction. took a pair of pliers and some muscle to get the round ejected. the first round that misfired had the bullet pushed the shell. and thus there was powder in the chamber area. this is why i think caused the second jam. notice there is also no primer strike on the round that got pushed in. target is after the jam my wifes 30 rnds at 50yds do you think this means my crimp is not tight enough? or could the OAL have been too long? and why when the second one jammed. would it take that much force to move the BCG to the rear?