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    Mauser feeding issues

    My Yugo Mauser is starting to have a feeding problem where the brass lip gets caught on the edge of the chamber. I'm not sure what's causing that, you guys have any ideas?
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    Burrs on the casemouth because the brass is newly trimmed?
    Crud on the top of the boltface keeping it pointed noce down?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rory McCanuck View Post
    Burrs on the casemouth because the brass is newly trimmed?
    Crud on the top of the boltface keeping it pointed noce down?
    brass has no burrs, bolt-face is nice and clean.
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    Does a round go easy on the bolt, up in the extractor. If it does, isn't a extractor issue. I wonder if the follower isn't going down all the way? Does it happen when you single load a round?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobertMcC View Post
    Does a round go easy on the bolt, up in the extractor. If it does, isn't a extractor issue. I wonder if the follower isn't going down all the way? Does it happen when you single load a round?
    It happens if I have 1 or 5 rounds in the magazine. The round seems to go easily on the bolt, or at least I think so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DuhBoredShooter View Post
    It happens if I have 1 or 5 rounds in the magazine. The round seems to go easily on the bolt, or at least I think so.
    Is your problem like this?



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    Quote Originally Posted by RobertMcC View Post
    Is your problem like this?
    No the mag loads just fine.
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    got some pictures for you guys. The first pic is where it jams up and the second is its position on the bolt-face(used a inert cartridge with no powder and a fired primer)20190804_214824.jpg20190804_214813.jpg
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    RobertMcC, thanks for sharing! I have a Model 96 Swedish Mauser that has the same loading problems as the K98 shown in the video... I will check if the magazine walls are straight.

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    Does the bolt cycle nice and smooth by it's self with no rounds in the rifle?

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