4350 is normally not a powder to use in a 22/250 with light bullets. I did use it in a 22/250 with the 64 gr WW PP bullets. Either way, this is very strange. Maybe try a more "regular" 22/250 load and see if it still happens. Sometimes light loads of slow powders can do weird things, but it is definitely telling you something bad is about to happen..
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