Last night I read in Craig Boddington’s book; American Hunting Rifles pg. 238 fifth paragraph where he tested whether or not push feed actions could in fact feed rifle cartridges in an upside down position.
I have never tried this before, so I wanted to test it for myself; Each of the 4 rifles that I tested chambered and ejected rounds without any problems both in an upside down and sideways position.
Winchester Model 70 late-model Post 64
Remington Model 700 BDL
Sako Model 75
Browning A Bolt
Good thing to know if I ever need to shoot upside or sideways. Now the real test would be doing some actual shooting in these positions. (Just for practice). Anyone try this before just out of curiousity or necessity ? Haven't tested the CRFs yet.