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Old 12-22-2012, 10:48 PM   #1
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Hey everyone, I am about 500 rounds into my 40c and have a bit of an issue with ejection. I am left handed. Last night, I had brass hitting me in the forehead and landing directly on top of my head. Is there a way to adjust the angle of ejection?



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Old 12-23-2012, 06:44 PM   #2
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Being left handed has nothing to do with it. Has someone other than yourself shot the weapon? Without more information I would say you are limp wristing.



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Yea, my son shoots it. Looks like eject is back & to the right. You might be on to something. I am so focused on my trigger pull with that gun, I haven't thought about much else.

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Yea, my son shoots it. Looks like eject is back & to the right. You might be on to something. I am so focused on my trigger pull with that gun, I haven't thought about much else.
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Merry Christmas to you and everyone. I'll be testing it out again on Friday. And wearing a hat!!!

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Update. Re-thought my entire grip and practiced w/snap caps until it felt just right. Went to the range. Huge difference. No brass slamming me in the head and my last 20 rounds had 16 inside a 4" group at 15 yards. Now that's more like it. Going back today if I get some time.

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Update. Re-thought my entire grip and practiced w/snap caps until it felt just right. Went to the range. Huge difference. No brass slamming me in the head and my last 20 rounds had 16 inside a 4" group at 15 yards. Now that's more like it. Going back today if I get some time.
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