A malfunction of a firearm that prevents the action from operating; may be caused by faulty parts, ammunition, improper maintenance or improper use of the firearm.
malfunction which locks up the gun so badly that tools are required in order to fix it. Sometimes used to denote a simple malfunction, but many people do make a distinction between a complete jam and a simple malfunction. Yes, revolvers can jam. They rarely have minor malfunctions. When they do, the problem is often ammunition-related and a second pull of the trigger is the usual cure. If a second pull of the trigger does not clear up the problem, a trip to the gunsmith may be needed. As most people know, such problems are extremely rare, but they can happen.
Tukkeuma Kläm A sudden stop in printing. This is a problem in paper feeding, transfer and delivery in sheet printing methods and also can happen in folder unit of a web press. Paper curling and cockling due liquid absorption and drying are problems seen in digital printing methods and with light papers in sheet-fed offset.