Del-Ton AR-15 question
I traded a MOA Specialty Pistol for this gun a while back and I'm having issues with it. Every once and a while when a round is chambered the bolt will not open. The only way to release the round and bolt is to remove the barrel. This only seems to happen with reloaded rounds but I have shot few factory rounds out of the gun, maybe 60 rounds.
I thought I fixed the problem by scrubbing the chamber real good but today it happened again without firing it. I simply chambered a round and the bolt refused to open. It almost seems like the bolt face is not rotating fast enough???
This is the first and only AR that I have reloaded for and It may be my error butmy other semi autos have no issues with my reloading. When I reload I first re-size and de-prime my spent brass with a SB FL sizer die. I than tumble it, clean the primer pocket, debur the flash hole if necessary, trim to specified length according to my Hornady manual if necessary, and chamfer the inside and outside of the bullet neck.
I'm not sure what the deal is??? Either I'm doing something wrong or the gun is??? Could I be leaving lube on the cases??? Opinions on Del-Ton???