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This gun has less than two boxes of shells through it over the last 6-7 years. Now, it won’t eject the bottom barrel. It won’t go back to CSMC because their work is garbage (as seen from the bores). I live in CO, and want to get the gun usable again. I’ve heard rumors CSMC has had problems with springs breaking. Is this typically an easy fix for a semi competent gunsmith?

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I have had it happen with a gun that sat up for awhile. Took a few rounds to get everything ejecting properly again

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The day it stopped working, I had fired it a couple times prior with no issues. Now, you have to pry the shell out.

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Factory ammo or reloads?

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When you say pry do you mean really hard to pull out or easy and you are pissed?


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Try some different shells. If you have any with real brass bases, try that first. Brass bases expand on firing then retract a bit, whereas steel bases expand on firing and stay that way.


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I haven’t shot it since last season, but if I remember correctly, I had to use the lip on a spent shell to pop it out…. At this point, Im not pissed anymore. I was pissed the 2nd time the gun had to go back to CSMC after they didn’t fix several craftsmanship issues the first time. The sad thing is, I love their A-10’s, but due to their QC, I’ll probably end up with a Guerini instead.

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Holly cow, I just took delivery of an inverness last month hope I have no issues. I use snap caps Then remove the forearm, and barrels remove snaps and put the gun back together and store back in the safe.

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Everyone I know who’s owned a CSMC has had issues with every single gun. With that said, nobody I know has bought one in years, so they may be better now. But when a well known high end gun dealers tells you he has no idea why anyone would ever buy a CSMC gun, that should say something. The chambers on mine still look like a 6yr old had fun using a Dremel on them, but I got sick of sending it back to CSMC just to have them screw up other things.

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