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Old 08-18-2013, 03:36 AM   #1
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My son and I went to the range today , he was shooting the p95 and had 2 FTE while shooting 4 mags of ammo. Two mags were herters 115 grain brass the other two were federal 115 grain brass. It happened with both ammo. I clean my firearms after every range visit, so I hope it's just a fluke.

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Old 08-18-2013, 04:27 AM   #2
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What brand magazine are you using and is he limp wristing it

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The mags are from ruger the same ones that came with it, I don't think he's limp wristing it, the slide came back far enough to grab another round.

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I think the P95 is a little sensitive when shooting. I own one and when I shoot it, it shoots great for me. When someone else shoots it gets a FTE. So, I think there might be some limp wristing involved from my experience with my P95.

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I'm going to the range tomorrow with my wife and step daughter. I will shoot a couple mags with it myself and see. My sons shoot it before and hasn't had any problems, he likes it the most out of all my pistols. He's 14 stands 5'10" weighs 170 and wears size 13 shoes he's a big kid . I'm thinking about giving it to him when he's 21 or I might have to buy another dont know if I can part with it.

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I'm going to the range tomorrow with my wife and step daughter. I will shoot a couple mags with it myself and see. My sons shoot it before and hasn't had any problems, he likes it the most out of all my pistols. He's 14 stands 5'10" weighs 170 and wears size 13 shoes he's a big kid . I'm thinking about giving it to him when he's 21 or I might have to buy another dont know if I can part with it.
The P95 was my first hand gun and I will not part with it!!!! It seems to only like me!!!
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I noticed this problem with a stoeger cougar. My friends couldnt get it to feed right. Some guns just dont like some people

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Just curious, how many rounds do you think have gone through the gun total?

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Just curious, how many rounds do you think have gone through the gun total?
I would guess close to 1200-1500 it's about two and a half years old and bought new by me.
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About 1200-1500. It's almost 3 years old and bought new by me. Do you think the extractor is wearing out?

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