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Q:Gunsmithing question: Fiance's Savage 340 30-30 bolt action, when you seat the mag it seems that when you want to chamber a round, the bolt isn't catching a bullet and when it does it is not putting the round in the chamber, it's misfeeding and jamming the bullet tip off the top of the crown. This rifle does not have a feeding ramp which I think is crazy but how can I solve this problem?
Q:hey guys i bought a remington 597 and for some reason the iron sight wwas like locked when i tried to push it back with the allen rench screw out so we tried putting on a cheap tasco scope and the front screw was striped and well lets say when my dad was tightening it the scope came off and scraped my new gun :( so if annoyne can recomend some kinda paint that would be good for touching up the scratches in the gun and also some paint for the trigger and the action handel it seems like neither were painted well and ive only shot like 22 rounds of .22 out of it and both are allready having paint come off.
Q:I recently acquired a less than well maintained muzzle loader from a friend. It has lots of debris in the rifling that just won't break loose with regular cleaning. While it does shoot, the accuracy seem's to be compromised by the debris in the barrel. I once read that you can "Fire Lap" an old rifle to restore accuracy. Is this a method I can use on my muzzle loader, and if so, what is the proper procedure?
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