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Old 05-02-2012, 10:07 PM   #1
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Anyone having problems with their empty cartridges getting caught in the slide? It happens almost every other shot



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Old 05-02-2012, 10:07 PM   #2
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Take a close look at the extractor.



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In addition to the extractor, make certain that your thumb is not impeding the slide and that your grip is firm enough to allow a proper recoil impulse and a full travel of the slide.

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Good addition.

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Appreciate it y'all

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make certain that your thumb is not impeding the slide
and that your grip is firm enough to allow a proper recoil impulse and a full travel of the slide.
Gud thought- If you see a bad blister & some pain then thats your problem
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? Are you saying limp wristing can't be a possible cause for stove pipes?

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? Are you saying limp wristing can't be a possible cause for stove pipes?
Who?
If me then big no -
Either get a grip or a sense of humor
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Lol I'm picking up what you're putting down.

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I had 2 rounds out of 200 that didn't fully eject a couple weeks ago....I was shooting Winchester white box....and I did notice both of those rounds didn't sound like all the others when they jammed....so I'm contributing both malfunctions to bad loads....I know I definately don't have limp wrists.....lol



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