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    Quote Originally Posted by Danktreebranch View Post
    Yes, I don't have a problem and they function the same as normal factory loads or surplus.I don't plan to shoot many hand loads through my Enfield. I like to handload for my Ross MkIII.
    Sorry but I am now confused.
    Can you just repeat what the problem actually is ?

    I thought that it was 'extraction' but you say you don't have any problem with Reloads, Factory rounds or Surplus rounds.
    Mine are not the best, but they are not too bad. I can think of lots of Enfields I'd rather have but instead of constantly striving for more, sometimes it's good to be satisfied with what one has...

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    To be honest Al, he is asking the ' my car won't start, what's the matter with it' question. Simply too little info to proceed further.................

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    I shot it no problem but when I went to extract it was very hard to extract. Chambering a round was as smooth as butter but extraction is real rough Right got that bit.......so far pointing towards perhaps what malady my MkIII had ended up being a stuffed chamber in the end with a great divet in it.
    Keep in mind this is only with a live round or a spent cartridge................... Ok which ones giving the trouble I thought it was after it was fired or are we just inserting a fired round!
    The gun without a cartridge is very smooth on extraction........ Yes I too found it extracts well in my rifles when they do not have a cartridge in them...........................?
    A sharp extractor ? if it was pushing it to one side then you would notice resistance when the round started to feed into the chamber as your pushing it with no camming advantage like closing a bolt.
    I think you may have a rough chamber if its marking dummy rounds get some 2000 grit wet & dry make a rod with a slot in it (dowel) cut a strip of S P off the wet/dry put that in the slot bit of machine oil or RP-7 whatever put the dowel in a drill and then lightly buff the chamber clean the oil & stuff from the chamber and go to the range and go again, just one thing was it checked over by a gunsmith familiar with this weapon system, posting pics can help a great deal in these matters otherwise its as post #12 Peter say's.


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