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 Post subject: Re: Fail to extract
New postPosted: August 11th, 2015, 8:34 pm 
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Sorry guys, I have been away for a little bit.
I purchased this rifle used and it had been fired.
I deployed without trying it out, and took it out for the first time a couple of weeks ago.
It was a factory Del-Ton rifle and there are no markings on the barrel.
I was using new surplus LC ammunition.
I tried a No-Go gage and it failed to seat riding the bolt forward.
I then let the bolt slam forward and had a hard time getting the gage out.
So something is not right with the chamber.

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 Post subject: Re: Fail to extract
New postPosted: August 12th, 2015, 5:00 pm 
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You may be able to ream it a little further to fix the problem. Again, any competent gunsmith will be able to determine for sure.


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 Post subject: Re: Fail to extract
New postPosted: August 17th, 2015, 7:26 am 
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Phessor wrote:
I purchased an AR awhile back and just got around to shooting it. It jammed every shot, which required me to knock the spent casing out of the rifle each time.
There is a noticeable ridge on the spent casing after extraction.


Ever check out the brush research chamber polishers for 223? Had a couple barrels that would get wolf stuck in them all the time and after honing them with the brush haven't had one stick yet. Buddy at work had the same problem, we did his bushmaster and it runs wolf all day now, if you lived down in phoenix I could do yours for free if you brought it over

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 Post subject: Re: Fail to extract
New postPosted: August 24th, 2015, 4:22 pm 
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elheffe wrote:
Phessor wrote:
I purchased an AR awhile back and just got around to shooting it. It jammed every shot, which required me to knock the spent casing out of the rifle each time.
There is a noticeable ridge on the spent casing after extraction.


Ever check out the brush research chamber polishers for 223? Had a couple barrels that would get wolf stuck in them all the time and after honing them with the brush haven't had one stick yet. Buddy at work had the same problem, we did his bushmaster and it runs wolf all day now, if you lived down in phoenix I could do yours for free if you brought it over


I am coming down this weekend, would you be able to look at it?
Thank you.

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 Post subject: Re: Fail to extract
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a bad chamber polish won't make a ring like that at the top of the spent casing. Never seen anything like that on any of my rifles, ever. You have a f***ed up chamber.


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 Post subject: Re: Fail to extract
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If you have not figured it out yet, you can bring it by shop and leave it over night and I will trouble shoot it no charge. Layke Tactical 3330 w osborn rd phx 85017.


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 Post subject: Re: Fail to extract
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those cases just don't look right to me. chamber problem.


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 Post subject: Re: Fail to extract
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Phessor wrote:
Sorry guys, I have been away for a little bit.
I purchased this rifle used and it had been fired.
I deployed without trying it out, and took it out for the first time a couple of weeks ago.
It was a factory Del-Ton rifle and there are no markings on the barrel.
I was using new surplus LC ammunition.
I tried a No-Go gage and it failed to seat riding the bolt forward.
I then let the bolt slam forward and had a hard time getting the gage out.
So something is not right with the chamber.




A No-Go gauge is not suppose to let the bolt close. And, yes, if you slam the bolt closed it is often a bitch to get the gauge out.

Did you try a Go gauge? If that works the chamber should be okay for the caliber you are shooting. But I suspect the many comments about the chamber being screwed up are probably right.

The Butt F**k that sold you the AR should be shot.


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 Post subject: Re: Fail to extract
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I think I ended up with one of your pieces of brass. I pullit it out of polish because it looked weird. Now that I've looked closer, it seems that the finish reamer was shorted on that chamber.
Beyond the shoulder looks rough...

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