posted on Oct, 29 2009 @ 03:24 PM
Yes, the round was jammed into the chamber and was not extracted.
I forgot the term for the shell being stuck in the barrel, after it fired but didn't extract. Stove pipe was what came to my mind.
Also rimmed cartiges I heard often jam more frequently in the Mosin.
My friend who knows an old gentleman who is a gunsmith managed to free the jam.
Thank you all for the input and corrections among beneficial advise.
I will pass along all of your suggestions and make sure the rifle's owner is informed on this threads info.
Thank you for your time, is it much appreciated.
In case you all were wondering, what kind of firearm owner I am.
Simply put, the only kinetic based projectile thrower I own is a .45 caliber.
Made by GLOCK, and is the model 30.
I have even shot non ACP rounds in it, they are GAP and it shooots them fine despite they are short .45s, as far as the shell goes.