Dissident said:Last week, I shot the C7a2 for the first time in rapid fire.
Had 2 stoppages: one on repetition and one on auto.
After we were done and I policed up my brass, I had 2 rounds in the mix with bullets that had been pushed back into the casing.
- The old 'SARP Newsletter' from the eighties, IIRC, stated a MRBF of 1000, so if you got 2 stoppages doing a PWT, bad luck. Impacted cartridges however, can be bad crimps, or dropping the full mag or cardboard ammo box on it's nose. Military ammunition generally has good crimps on the projectile (and the primer) to prevent such things from happening through 'normal' abuse.
Remember to clean the 'ledge' in your bolt carrier and space the gaps in the bolt rings.