I was shooting my .223 on Friday and had a round fail to fire. When I tried to eject the shell the bolt wouldn't come back. I pulled on it fairly hard and it came but it didn't bring the shell with it. it appeared that the ejection mecanisum had taken a shaving of the brass off the edge of the round. I thought maybe it was getting cold, so I brought the gun in and warmed it up. The round still wouldn't come out. So I used the cleaning rod to push the round out. It was stuck fairly firmly and took a good deal of force to push it out.
Does any one know what would cause this?
(the rifle is a kimber model 84 bolt action I was using realy cheap ammunition but I can't remember the manufacturer.)