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All liquid fuels are hydrocarbons so carbon will always be an issue with the internal combustion engine.
I've had great luck with both Redding and Hornady Custom dies.
Custom dies made to your chamber/round are more expensive but they are worth the...
I've used them on a couple of old scopes before, they did good work.
I'm a big fan of the Model 70 CRF and the 300 Rum. Great combination.
You'll definitely need a good muzzle brake. Recoil mitigation really isn't as important as controlling muzzle flip.
I highly recommend the NWP...
Haven't shot the Berger's but RL33 and H1000 are my "go to" powders for the STW and pretty much all of my larger cased magnums.
Can't speak to the stock but PD has a very good reputation.
Good move on your part.
Had he instilled the same lover of the firearms in his kids as he did greenbacks they would have kept passing for generations.
Best performance will be with the 200gr and up bullets.
It's going to happen occasionally with any mass produced ammo. It's unavoidable as long as humans are part of the QA/QC process.
Please, just pick up a phone and call Bergara tomorrow and don't do anything else until you've spoken with them unless you're ready to just box it...
Touching for sure but I wouldn't say jammed. If it were jammed, most likely it would have stuck there when he pulled the case.
if it cycles fine with no ammo then you know it's not a problem with the screws.
Hmm, hadn't thought of that but I've had the same problem before. Also happens with over torqued/overly long action screws sometimes.