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Old 11-02-2007, 11:29 PM   #5
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If you set the headspace originally with some schmutz or a chip in the chamber, you would get a false reading with your gages. If the cases look OK, test regularly with a field gage and don't sweat it until it fails that test too. Then you DEFINATELY would need to fix it.

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If your chamber was squeeky clean, that means metal has flowed in only 60 rounds. Check your lugs and locking recesses. I would think they are dead soft and the rifle is junked.
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