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If there was a clearance problem with the top of the mag, it would damage the mag in an obvious way. The bolt has a normal surface contact with the next unfired round, which pops up as the bolt travels rearward past it during the firing cycle. Then as the bolt picks up the next round in a forward direction to chamber it, the bottom of the bolt is once again in contact with the next round in the mag.
 
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