I purchased a new model 60 and shot it at the range. During the first fifty rounds I experienced a couple of misfires which I attributed to faulty ammunition. Aside from those, the rifle performed well. I broke down the rifle upon returning home and gave it a thorough cleaning and followed up with a light oiling. When I returned to the range, I had ejector and double feed problems from the very first shot. Primarily, the rifle would eject the spent casing and feed the next round. For whatever reason it would follow up with another live round. I also noted the chamber became heavily fouled only after a few shots, which caused the bolt to stick which may have attributed to the double feed. I can't imagine this model is so finicky about oil. I bought it home and gave it another thorough cleaning following up with a very thin oiling. I wiped off all parts afterwords. I haven't tested it yet, but I hope this works. I researched online and found several fixes. Some addressed the ejector others addressed a variety of issues. One in particular discussed the ejector spring to ensure it had the correct height and twist. The author used a nickel's widths so gage to ensure both settings were correct. I'm not sure how that would affect the problem. Anyone out there with similar issues?