Many feeding issues, especially in 416 Rigby caliber. Ruger have modified the claw. However main issue is extraction....operate the bolt at high speed such as under back up situations or follow up on DG with a scope fitted the empty case will hit the scope and drop back into the mag causing a jam......
Many of these issues arise again and again in proficiency tests.
Absolutely, Swift A-Frame. I'm sure there are other great bullets out there but I've killed a lot of critters with Swift A-Frames and Trophy Bonded Bearclaw bullets. I won't use anything else. I made the mistake of using Hornady DGX bullets...once. When I lived in Alaska, a 270 gr. Swift A-Frame...www.africahunting.comAs I write this, it is 4:06 AM EST in Georgia, USA. You could say I am a bit Jet Lagged. I returned from the Kalahari yesterday, and even though the flight home offered very little sleep, somehow I'm still not sleepy. Part of the reason for my unrest is a scenario that keeps playing in my head...www.africahunting.com
Personally I prefer 100% reliability and for me the Ruger does not provide that.
I experienced the same issues with my RSM in .416 Rigby, but removing the burrs from the sides of the ejector and installing a heavier ejector spring cured the problem.