So your calming the round went off when you loaded it?The first round fired before the bolt locked. My range gunsmith inspected the rifle and reported that it not only doubled but the chamber was rough, which caused rounds not to fully seat. After 45 rounds, the gun doubled again. I was told the rifle was dangerous and not allowed there.
Your calming that you had a out of battery discharge? We're is the brass ?
Your then calming you were stupid enough to try to fire it a again an did so for another 45 rounds an were able to chamber those rounds in a chamber that cant.
Posthe the video here . show pics of the brass the gun an the chamber an post the letter they sent.
If you in fact had a out of battery discharge you would have had issues from missing dust cover to a destroyed gun . I seriously doubt you did!
It's extreme hard for this to happen as the tail of the carrier blocks the hammer until the bolt is in battery.
You can have a slam fire that is cased by a sticky firing pin or improper primers.
Or you can get a bump fire from the recoIL causing you to pull the trigger a second time. This is how bump firing is done. This happens with a light or improper trigger also some times if trying to squeeze of a single shot an not pulling the trigger clear back. This us not a double technicaly.
You can have bad disconnect or trigger.
The chamber being to rough sounds like BS.
If it was the gun would not fire if it can't close. An you have stated a round will chamber.
I'm not taking sides but coming here to slam a maker on your first post with no pics no letters no video you claim to have describing something that's almost impossible is suspect.
Keep in mind a round going off Un chambed would general destroy the gun!
Post some pics.