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Old February 15, 2001, 08:53 PM   #1
trlmech
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I would like to ask you folks about something that happened to a freind of mine. After reclaiming a lease on some family land he went duck hunting with steel shot for the first time.His trusty old Ihtacca jammed on the first shot. Then his Sons Belgium Browning which is an older gun inherited from a Grandfather that has been shot very little, which blew my therory of woren extractors, because it too jammed on the first and supsecuent rounds. They went back to the house and got another well used Belgium which worked just fine. He cleared the chambers and both jammed guns fired lead shot with no problem. Anyone have an idea what the problem was?
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