Re: Problem with Win. Modle 70 Chamber
Sure sounds like a "jugged " chamber, to me.
To explain, consider the chamber basicly a cylinder; truly, it needs a bit of taper, smaller at the front, to extract easily. If any part of the chamber is larger, by even a tenth of a thousanth, than the rest, behind it, the case, once fired, is mechanically locked in. You must "resize" it, in this case with the bolt, to extract it.
is a corporate BS term- if it won't easily extract, you have a chamber problem.
Were it my rifle, I'd send it back, with a note explaining the problem, and a couple of fired cases.
If they won't/ can't fix it, set the barrel back, or, have it set back, and re-chamber on the shoulder, not the rim- the rifle will shoot better, with no loss in ammo choices.
Don't start no s**t and there won't be none, Terry