Re: 223 AI Chambering Issues
Panhandlepr, we talked about this on another forum. Have thought of a way to get around it (correct way is to have the action modified, as I told you). Get one of the inserts from Midway, etc., that fit in your action, over the follower (the piece the cartridge sets on and is pushed up by). You pull the rifle out of the stock and insert this feed ramp thing (forget the name, sorry), and it converts your rifle to a single shot, which gets rid of the feeding problem. Stormrider should do the same thing. As I told you, you MUST have the action modified to feed right, and then it's ruined for any other round. Hope this helps. Hope you not disappointed if you get this AI round made up, though, if you have a chronograph, think you will be, as little or no velocity improvement, and not likely to be more accurate than a standard 223. What rifling twist did you get, that will determine what bullet weight you can use.