T/C 35 Rem old problem new solution?
I searched the forum and it seems this barrel has a problem in firing properly at times. The logical solution offered was to not seat the bullet all the way. I'm hesitant to fire any gun with the slug against the rifling with out knowing how much to reduce the powder charge. I'm using 29 grains of H110 with a 125gr JHP which is not a hot load but is quite warm. I don't have any loading data to go by as I think I got the data from Handloaders Magazine back in the 70's and I don't know where those magazines are. Thompson Center offered to take a look at it but I don't think they have a solution and I'm not too hot about returning it least I don't get it back.
Anyone have any suggestions?