AR Bolt Cycling After Last Round Bolt Hold Open
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    Default AR Bolt Cycling After Last Round Bolt Hold Open

    Put together my 2nd AR: Anderson receiver and ATI kit. Added ambi safety, receiver ring sling adapter and a Magpul trigger guard.

    When cycling the bolt after empty mag hold open, it works fine when depressing bolt release button, but not when pulling bolt back, then it will get stuck and the charger handle doesn't move the bolt, sometimes disengages.

    us this a common problem? I'm thinking the charger handle may be be defective...

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    ive got a Anderson lower and the mag. latch is sloppy as hell loose. don't know why. fcg is a dpms, whats yours?

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    My FCG is what came with my ATI full kit. After posting this yesterday, I noticed my gas block had moved to the right, obviously loose. I think this may have been what caused my problem. I aligned and tightened up the gas block and the rifle cycles properly by hand. Will check out at the range tomorrow to see if it works properly live firing.

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    good luck.

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    Problem solved.

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