Originally Posted by Kidder
i talked to my brother and he has a remington 770 .270 and he said that he had to sight in the scope and his rifle did the same thing but it took a couple more shots than my rifle did and about the bolt i have no idea currently im at school buy when i get to the house ill look at the bolt i do remember when i was cleaning the gun i took out the bolt and there was like brass shavings at the end of the bolt i did clean the brass shavings out ill try to post pics of what the bolt looks like
You need to write that down and send it off to remington. The shavings mean the bolt face is improperly sized. What is happening is that with each shot you are getting a little more brass stuck in there which builds up and is forcing the case too deep into the chamber creating unsafe pressures.
Stop shooting it immediately until you have this problem corrected or you could seriously damage the action and barrel and risk hurting yourself as well.