Has any one had the experience of getting a fired round stuck in the barrel? I'm very careful with my reloading, I spot check the loads, the AOL, I gauge and barrel test my rounds after I load them. Tonight I was at the range and had fired about 4 rounds when the action stuck shut, it wouldn't eject the last fired around. I called for the range master who after some effort managed to eject the fired brass. I reloaded the magazine and tried to load a new round but it wouldn't chamber. I removed the barrel and could see there was a bullet still in the barrel, it was high enough in the barrel that it prevented another round from getting chambered, thank God. I say fired round, because I thought was but now after what found, I'm having second thoughts. It must have been a miss fire or light load. This scares the crap out of me, to think if that round was further down the barrel and new was chambered I could have blow up the barrel and my self. I always try to confirm that a round has left the barrel by looking for the impact on the target, but that is not 100% as some time I miss the target or go through the same hole and can't really tell where it. This was a real wake-up call for me!!! I was able to remove the round from the barrel.