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Old 03-08-2012, 8:17 AM
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Originally Posted by berndog View Post
Load development won't fix light primer strikes correct? Primers are not seated low.
No, but I was curious if you had actually tested this rifle to see if it was fully functional before firing it in a match.

This is an AR? If you have light primer strikes, I'd check to see if the firing pin is being obstructed within the bolt carrier and if it was protruding enough through the bolt face when fully down.
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