I took my RPR to the range Sunday and fired 50 rounds, ranges 400 yds to 1,020 yds, it shot fine, I didn't notice anything off while shooting, no funny fliers, bolt lift, etc. I bring it home, get busy and finally go to move it from my case to the safe today. I racked the bolt 3 or 4 times feeling the action and making sure everything was moving right, and on the last rack when the bolt reached the rear of it's run I heard a click and felt some odd rattling. Looking at the bolt raceway I realized that the firing pin assembly (uncocked position) and shroud had been ejected from the back of the bolt into the stock tube! This rifle has about 2,100 rds down the tube, and maybe several hundred more dry firing cycles, I know my way around it pretty well by now. It's probably been 500 rds since I disassembled the bolt, and maybe 100 to 150 rds since I've taken the bolt out of the gun. I'm really not sure how this could happen, it doesn't look like it would be mechanically possible unless the keyway in the bolt that retains the forward portion of the spring/sleeve assembly somehow got worn to the point that the sleeve slipped through. I'll go take some pictures, but when I looked at the parts, they all seemed pretty normal. Just curious if anyone else has had this happen to their RPRs or RARs?