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u state that the bolt operates ok before u fire the cartrdge ?? have you turned the bolt down to lock the chamber and if so does it still work ok when you unlock the bolt ??

i have one of these and the sear can hang on the bottom of the bolt,if parts have been changed and not installed properly,,also check the fireing pin at the back of the flat are there any knicks or groves the sear may be hanging on ,,it and may need a bit of a smoothing ,,or just hold the trigger back so it holds the sear away from the bolt ,,, a bit of shimming between the sear and body so that it clears the bolt but still catches the fireing pin,, you have to set up the sear and trigger together to allow the sear to engage and still allow travel of the bolt..dont start grinding the sear down or u wont have material for adjustment later to compensate for wear or proper engagement of the fireing mechanism... email me or if am on here just message me
 

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u state that the bolt operates ok before u fire the cartrdge ?? have you turned the bolt down to lock the chamber and if so does it still work ok when you unlock the bolt ??

i have one of these and the sear can hang on the bottom of the bolt,if parts have been changed and not installed properly,,also check the fireing pin at the back of the flat are there any knicks or groves the sear may be hanging on ,,it and may need a bit of a smoothing ,,or just hold the trigger back so it holds the sear away from the bolt ,,, email me or if am on here just message me
first need to apologize last half on my previous post was not right,( tooo many things at once)
check to see if fireing pin ejecter in not hanging, just shake the bolt up or down and it should move easily,see attached pic, if it has crud around it, it can hang and could be binding on the fired cartridge..also as i stated previously if u hold the trigger back and rotate the bolt does it rotate freely ??? it might be easier to take the action out of the stock before trying to eject the fired cartridge,, and try to visually watch what happens when u manipulate the bolt it is a very simple action and easy to see how it operates.
as u rotate the bolt upwards watch where the bolt contacts the barrel (may have to use magnifier) also watch back of action at bottom of cocking handle, u can see if sear is hanging on the cocking handle.
 

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