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Old 12-18-2006, 11:44 AM
Fork Horn
Join Date: Dec 2006
Posts: 112
Default RE: Savage 110 Question

1. Check the feed ramp as the shell comes out of the magazine. If you don't see any nicks or burs, chamber a shell slowly and watch as it comes out of the magazine. If it hits the feed ramp low, it could be caused by the "lips" on top of the magazine that hold the shells down. Some of these are lightweight metal and may bend slightly and cause feeding problems.You didn't say if the tight chambering shells were handloads or factory. If handloads I would say you need to adjust you die to get a full length re-size.
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