makes sense, but the problem they were having was people were loading cartridges with no crimp, and too long to extract, then if an emergency cease fire was called they couldn't clear the action.Seems to me that a cartridge that could be cycled through the action wouldn't be any sturdier than one loaded singly? If this was a safety issue I'd think ranges wouldn't allow single shot rifle matches? My guess is the requirement to cycle through the action just insures that a "lever action" match only allows magazine fed lever actions. Since many single shots use a lever to cycle the action, adding the magazine rule simply ensures they're all magazine fed lever actions, and not single shot lever actions.
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