Nothing like stuck round in the chamber to ruin your day at the range! Worse, try to get it out without a shell extractor and ripping the head off!! On my FIRST shot!!
I was shooting some Tulammo .308 150 Grain FMJ (Bi-Metal) Steel Case but I can't fault the ammo really... I hadn't shot my SCAR in like 6 months or so (yeah I know... lame) and I'm pretty sure I had not cleaned it before putting it away in the safe. I had shot some of that Tulammo before without any issue and it was actually surprisingly accurate.
Of course there was one dude at the range that day saying it's because I shouldn't fire a .308 round in a 7.62x51 chamber
:-/ Anyhow, long story short, I got it out once I got home (not gonna forget to keep that sucker in my range bag ever again ha!!) using a C. J. WEAPONS ACC. - BROKEN SHELL EXTRACTOR and cleaned the sh*t out of the rifle."too much pressure man"
Now the question is, is there anything I should do/consider before taking it back to the range and shoot the SCAR? I did a function check with a live round, it chambered and ejected without problem and I couldn't see any marks/scratches on the brass case.