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Win M100 self ejecting clip

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I have a Winchester Model 100 semi-auto. It is in overall very nice condition. It has started ejecting the clip when it is fired. Not every time, typically on the second or third shot. Doesn't matter if it is the last round in the clip or not. The empty round that is ejected at the same time the clip pops out has a dent in the side of the open neck. Any ideas what this could be? I will be taking it to a gunsmith eventually, this is not my primary gun, but I 'm interested to know how severe this problem will be to fix.

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