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Old 07-04-2012, 10:31 PM   #101
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Ok thank you for the advise. It first jam was the 2 or 3 round threw the gun. The second jam was more toward the 60-70 round mark.
That second or third round I would attribute to "working" the gun in. Just too new to judge at that point. I'd say put more rounds downrange so you have a larger sampling. It sounds like it might be something that works out. :-)
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Old 07-05-2012, 03:42 AM   #102
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That second or third round I would attribute to "working" the gun in. Just too new to judge at that point. I'd say put more rounds downrange so you have a larger sampling. It sounds like it might be something that works out. :-)
Sounds good
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Tekgreg how did u get so much knowledge seems like u know everything about guns

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Old 07-05-2012, 06:11 AM   #104
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Tekgreg how did u get so much knowledge seems like u know everything about guns
LOL! No, not even close. But I read 3+ gun magazines a week, have been shooting for 30+ years, and when I held my own Federal Firearms License, I used to train new shooters and had to handle the exact same problems you're having now. Thanks for the compliment, though! :-)
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Wow wish I could go shooting with you I'd learn alot

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The Colt New Agent 9mm. I'be had it for a year and it is one of the best ones that I have. It's smooth to rack and shoot. The recoil is not bad at all. I did a few mods here and there to make it even better.

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I have a beretta 92fs got it used for 700 awsome reliable gun plus has a external hammer and a safety which I prefer
Ya I love my 92fs m9a1 for 600. What a flawless gun
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This is a sigma 9mm. Brand new from cabelas for 319. 342 i think after tax.
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This is a sigma 9mm. Brand new from cabelas for 319. 342 i think after tax.
Should of got a M&P instead
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I like the Sigma. How does it shoot?

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