had stovepipes aplenty with the gun today. Now this gun I have only shot maybe a few magazines worth of blazer through it. No problems.
Today I tried my Handloads out. And stovepipes every 5-8 rounds.
Gun is 10 mm. I tried both 135 and 180 grain bullets. Both were loaded right in the middle of powder charge data and also seated right in the middle of recommended OAL
I brought the gun to a gun store to two knowledgable people. They said it was probably my handloads. Or that I needed to shoot it 500 times to loosen it up some. Gun is a pricey Fusion that was custom made for me. Both guys thought it was well put together gun. So I bought a box of factory remingtons to try out tommorow.
In the meantime any ideas what my handloads might have to do with stovepiping?