Any type of jam is vanishingly rare in a manually-operated bolt-action rifle.

For semiautos... it's theoretically possible, and you hear stories, but outside of low-quality .22LRs with iffy ammunition, it's rare enough I've never personally had it happen.

If you dented or otherwise damaged the ammunition, or tossed enough sand, dirt, or mud into the works, it would be possible, but manufacturers go to great pains to make rifles as reliable as possible, because what you're shooting at might have claws and fangs, or be shooting back.