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Old 01-05-2013, 09:26 AM   #1
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I shot my pistol about 2 weeks ago, about 150 rounds. Had no problems that day(accept that I couldn't hit anything :P) and then shot yesterday, 50 rounds, and I got an FTE every 2-3 rounds. Now, I didn't clean my gun after the last time I shot it and was wondering if that was the problem? I was using Winchester white box, 115g FMJ and was having constant problems. Even if the gun was filthy, I couldn't see it jamming up that much!!! The gun wasn't even that dirty. Is anyone else having problems with the white box? It seems every time I have a problem with ammo it's Winchester! In my shotgun, I literally had shells get jammed in the barrel!

Also, I tried to search, but didn't find anything specific to the white box...I am a newb though, so I might have missed it.
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Old 01-05-2013, 09:43 AM   #2
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Was the weapon new when you fired it 2 weeks ago? If so, did you clean it thouroughly prior to taking it out to the range the first time?

If not, then you have a very dirty gun on your hands. New firearms are sometimes delivered with cosmoline, a vaseline based preservative. If you didn't remove it then your firearm is probably getting all gummed up.

Otherwise, I would suspect "limp wrist".
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Were you using Winchester white box at the beginning when you had no failures? That was the only ammo I had failures with using my Bersa. However, I've read many reviews on the SP2022 that claim it will eat anything. I'm getting my new Sp2022 Wednesday and will go over it thoroughly
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The gun has about 600 rounds through it now. Two weeks ago I ended at about 550. When I shot it two weeks ago, it was clean prior to shooting. I am going to clean it, and shoot the white box again and see what happens.
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I shoot WWB just about exclusively out of my 2022 9mm and Bersa 9mm and I have had only one instance where ONE bullet was too long to load in my mag. I have shot nearly 500 rounds of WWB 115 grain from my 2022 and not a single FTE, FTFeed or FTFire.
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I havn't had any issues with WWB, I have had issues with Remington FMJ in my p250, didn't want to feed correctly. My 2022 is a .40 and it has eat'n anything I put in it thus far.
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Clean.it and lube it! Check your extractor tension and inspect the extractor nose. Double check and make sure your ejector has.good protrusion from underneath the slide. Hand cycle some dummies or whatever you got and diagnose.
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Clean.it and lube it! Check your extractor tension and inspect the extractor nose. Double check and make sure your ejector has.good protrusion from underneath the slide. Hand cycle some dummies or whatever you got and diagnose.
I have since cleaned the gun. It wasn't really that dirty, but we will see when I shoot it ago. The extractor spring looked to be in good shape to me.. But I am not expert. I cycled my snap caps, and a couple magazines worth of Critical Defense and have yet to replicate the problem.
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Let us know how it goes.

I expended about 120 rounds of mixed ammo yesterday. Not a single hiccup (except missing the paper a few times.)

Mine got a good bath though when I got home. Hope to do 100 more this weekend.
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I was able to get to the range yesterday with mine. Christmas gift. Loved it. Put about 150 rounds through it and not one problem. Couldn't believe how accurate it was out of the box.
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