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Could anyone recommend the type of ammo perfered by your Ciener 22 conversion kit? Of all of the recommended brands, only Remington High Vilocity will work.

Recently I bought a new batch of ammo and my kit did not function at all. I bought a new batch of the stuff and it works much better. Anyone else experience this too?

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Have you contacted the manufacture to get this worked out? When it does work how are the groups?
 

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the bolts in Ciener .22 units. That involved drilling a lot of shallow holes, and grinding a lot of metal off of the sides of the recoil spring housing. Then they worked just fine. I have also had to shim up the tension of the extractor, as well as trim down the tops of magazines, polish nearly everything, etc.
 

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Called the Manufacturer. Mentioned that the jamming could be caused by poorly manufactured 22 ammunition. I tried another batch of Remington high volocity and it seemed to work. Now my trigger does not work. The latch that holds the trigger does not want to let go and let the trigger machanism move forward. Could it be from a lack of cleaning? I always spray it off with gunscrubber when cleaning. Anybody else ever experience the same problems?

In short, the rifle was jamming up in between shots. I switched ammo and now the trigger mechanism does not want to work.

I took it to a gunsmith I know and I am going to have him take a look at it.

I would be greatful for any deas anybody may have.

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continues. Simultaneous with something can just be coincidence. It is not necessarily cause and effect. Look carefully for debris that might be preventing free movement of the disconnector and its spring., Stantard trigger parts, or one of the drop in trigger jobs?
 
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