I left my Ruger M77, 300 Win Mag, with my son in Spokane a while ago. He wanted to start reloading for it so I sent my Hornady dies down to him. He had a case stick in my Hornady FS die the other day, no big deal. The friend helping him reload doesn't like Hornady so they went out and bought some RCBS FL dies. So when they started to reload again they stuck another case. They went to White Elephant to buy a stuck case tool. The guys behind the counter said that there could be a problem with my Ruger? That it could be letting the cases swell just by the belt and that's why they were having trouble. I've never heard of this problem before. Some of the cases were what I have left down there with the gun and had been reloaded 3 to 4 times. Some were new Federals that he bought and fired. The gun is an old hand-me down from my father, but has always shot fine for me, and is shooting sub moa groups for him. The friend helping with the reloading has been reloading for over 25 years and I believe know what he's doing. Sticking a case is no big issue but was just wondering about the possible gun problem.