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    Just bought this rifle a week ago. Put 120rnds through it, 6 failures during that so, 95% reliable. The bolt gap before and after was .15mm. It was accurate and fun to bump fire :D. It destroys the brass though, and throws the shells 50-60feet at 2 'O clock of where I was standing. Thinking I'm going to buy +4 rollers and continue putting rounds through it to see if it works out the issues.
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    I also think that the jams were due to the gun not being broken in, and the fact that it was incredibly misty yesterday.

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    Thanks for the report--- keep us updated on how the other rollers work out!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ajacklee4 View Post
    I also think that the jams were due to the gun not being broken in, and the fact that it was incredibly misty yesterday.
    How would mist make the rifle jam? Just curious. Hopefully it was just the break in procedure. If the jams persist, I'd try different magazines. If that doesn't work, see if the Century goons will fix it for you.

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    The mist shouldn't matter. My c93 was used when I got it so I don't know about a break in procedure, but it has run great. Not one FTF or FTE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ajacklee4 View Post
    It was accurate and fun to bump fire :D.
    Bump fire is clown shoes.

    Put the rifle to your shoulder, operate it properly, treat it with respect, and see if there are still issues.

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    I did, it still has a few issues. The bumping was just for a bit of fun.

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    I thought that the combination of the mist, gunpowder, and internal parkerization could have been a part of the issue but now I am thinking it might have a .308 ejector lever... And or other issues...

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    When I got my C93 second hand, it came with a .308 ejector lever and it cause havoc in the functionality. It should be easy to confirm since the levers are really easy to get at.

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    What was yours doing wrong?

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