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Any one no why my 380 keeps jamming its not a cleaning problem all my guns get cleaned after the range. Any ideas???
 

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Idk i have herd about some problems and some catastrophic failures and they sent the gun back and it keeped having problems so Idk.
 

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No they r fine i saw some where to un screw the extractor and put some type of sealant and tighten it back up. It happens sometimes every other round
 

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I have one and it does NOT work well with Herter's bullets. It jammed almost every time I tried to shoot it. I switched to Remington and I have not had any problems.

Sorry we have some of our other firearms in the pic too. My .380 is right next to the .410 shotgun.

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Normally, if not the mag, and the extractor is functioning correctly, it is the ammo.

I haven't had any problems with mine.
 

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I just started having this same thing happen to mine...And the screw is not loose at the extractor...Just started happening and only have 200 rounds threw the gun....Called kel-tec and they said send the gun-in by mail,but the turn-around wait is 4 to 6 weeks...This-SUCKS....Like they are not being pulled-out of the barrel and the next round is jamming up under the spent-casing....Like I say...This...SUCKS.......:confused:......
 

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Sorry are you sure i would back out the srew a lil and give it a good tightening go to the range and see what happens also use some good ammo
 
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