I don't follow that: When the rifle came apart, and for what reason. To much powder, Case to long, Something in the barrel. From what I can tell from here. He had was shooting the rifle, and not the first round out the tube either. So did he have a low charge powder charge in the round before and it didn't clear the barrel (Been there and done that to on a 45ACP too). A high powder charge in that round, or a long case and forced into the chamber somewhat ( you may not even know it either). It doesn't take much on the case being long to create a problem. Been there and done that. It can looked like to much powder in the case with high pressure signs. Being it's a rimfire case hard to tell. I known that one manufacture to another there can be a lot of difference between how they group to start with. The manufacture I would think would try to get to the bottom of it quickly. So I don't know what created the problem, and there a lots of possibilities .I like my Benelli Montefeltro and Burris scopes. I didn’t know they were owned by Beretta until now. Got a reason not to buy one again
I had good customer service from Weatherby, Winchester and the best from Sig Sauer
Have to watch if there any recalls on ammo.