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Old December 17, 2012, 06:29 PM   #13
Cold Trigger Finger
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Yes, please take it to a gunsmith! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Do not! !!! Use any kind of abrasives on the locking lugs. !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
As this is your first rifle this size there is plenty of things that are important to learn so that you are good friends with your rifle. It sounds like your ejector may be wonky. And or an out of round chamber. But. And please don't take this the wrong way, but your lack of experience counts against you and the rifle at this point. . Find someone with plenty of experience with Rem 700 s and have them try it. On the flip side you are learning some very valuable things. Make sure the chamber, lug area of the reciever and the barrel are free of oil, solvent, patches ect.ect.ect.
I've had several M 700 s over the years and I really like them . The 223 I had would fail to feed at least 1 out of 5 times. But all the rest were 100% reliable.
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