Hey everybody, a buddy of mine has a model 70 243 wssm and we went out to the range today and he was testing a varmint load (62 grn Barnes Varmint Grenade w/ 58 grns H380 at 2.250" OAL). Anyways he shot them today and was having trouble closing the bolt, but the rounds did chamber. Finally i asked him to pull one out to before he fired it and sure enough the bullet was jammed into the lands and stayed there. We got the bullet out using a cleaning rod and now, after the gun has been cleaned well, the guns bolt will cycle smoothly only when the safety is in the intermediate position. When in the fire position it is extremely difficult to lock in place. Can anyone help us figure this out? We checked the fired brass, and it will not chamber, but it shows no pressure signs. The length of the fired brass is all about .005" longer than the book recommends, but that shouldnt cause it not to chamber. We have now tried to chamber rounds that are set at factory OAL and shorter and nothing will chamber correctly. Is this a common problem? I am afraid jamming the bullets into the lands caused a huge pressure spike that could have tweaked something. But I am no expert. Thanks in advance.