clampdaddy wrote:Ouch!!! Did you inspect the recoil tube/spring assembly and the rear of the receiver for any abnormal marks? That break makes me wonder if the plunger in the stock got temporarily hung up for a split second on rust or debris, the bolt continued forward until the tail link fell away from the plunger cup, at the next shot the tail link crashed into the receiver and caused the breakage. Just a thought.
winchester1852 wrote:the best way to describe what happen is retarded phone browning.
waterfowlhunter wrote:winchester1852 wrote:the best way to describe what happen is retarded phone browning.
clampdaddy wrote:My theory....... After the tail link broke it was no longer supported so it dropped down and rested on the trigger assembly, the loose piece was pushed out of the recoil tube and was laying somewhere on top of the trigger group as well. The next shot caused the bolt to slam the pieces broken tail link into the trigger assembly. Resulting damage was not caught during the first repair. A few more shots caused it to scatter.
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