Originally Posted by mosinfan1938
my interupter is way to high on pressure. im getting very sick of handloading a round every time i fire
Are you saying you cannot push a round down past
the interrupter, which on two-piece type assemblies is part of the spring that powers the ejector?
Here is a picture:
If it is truly the interrupter that won't move, then it is either contacting the stock or it is stuck on the magazine well, as mine appears to be.
It is a physical impossibility for the interrupter spring to be so strong as to disallow feeding the magazine past it. There is simply not enough metal and the interrupter is positioned too far out of the pivot point.
If it were needed, that spring could be half-again as thick and it would still function just fine.
Check your terminology, and check your feed system for hangups.
I do cover some of this; look at my videos on YouTube. I am user "Wabatuckian" there.