Hey everyone, now that the shooting ranges are starting to open back up, I was wondering if anyone has any suggestions to help me figure out my feeding issues on my Chauchat. I have the gun out shooting and its doing about 3 round bursts and then jamming the bullet tip into the top of the chamber. Its like the back of the round is getting caught in the locking lugs, forcing the rim of the brass down and forcing the tip of the bullet into the top of the chamber, pending the cartridge. I have attached a picture of how the round seems to be jamming between the lugs, but not of the actual jam that is happening. Sorry I thought I had a better picture. From this point in the picture, the bolt forces the rim of the cartridge down and the bullet tip up, pending and smashing the cartridge. I have been using 4 different mags, which are in good condition and all seem to have the same issue. How do I know if the feed lips are good? Anyone have a spec or a way to tell? I have adjusted the feedramp, using the cam screws on the side of the gun to what I think is correct (There was no setting when I got the gun). Now, when cammed up, the feed ramp just touches the bottom of the receiver area and drops clear when the bolt carrier comes forward. That said, I have never heard of exactly how to adjust this. The jams are kind of odd. Its like the rear of the round is wide enough to get caught between the locking lugs... Anyway, I feel like I am close but hopefully you guys might have some experience that might help me figure it out quicker. I am shooting Prvi new production ammo. Any help would be appreciated.