My first pistol was a used 92fs inox in very good shape. I love it. I don't know how old it was when I got it, but i've had it well over 10 years. On my last two range outings, I've experienced the oddest FTF pattern i've ever seen. It FTF on the 4th round every time. I thought maybe its the ammo, and tried three different brands, with 115gr and 124gr. I used two different magazines. I even stripped and cleaned between outings. I fire three rounds and FTF on the fourth. Clear the jam, 3 and FTF on the fourth. Ive even tried using the rounds that FTF and put them in the first three with no issues, until the fourth round.
Something mechanical must be going wrong. Ive looked around and seen a few possible issues to try and solve this short of going to a gunsmith.
Anyone have any ideas?
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The scale: 1: 5
The caliber: 2mm
Weight: 27 g
How do you like it? The gun is made of nickel-based metal, which has the same hardness as weapon steel, but it is corrosion-resistant. It doesn’t require additional care, which distinguishes it from weapon steel. The guaranteed resource of the gun is 1000 shots.
10 special cartridges with hardened steel bullets. Such bullets do not deform when they hit any surface, they punch through even metal sheets, for example, cola cans.
Look at this gun in action:
Anything that would have blown apart a perfectly good barrel, would have definitely caused other issues.
Squibs don't cause damage because 1 bullet hits another, they cause damage due to over-pressure which happens the entire length of action. Blown case, blown extractor, stuck case , up to and including broken action and receiver parts.
As far as accuracy being affected, well that can easily be tested; but I wouldn't jump to say that should have been immediately noticed. If the shooter was just plinking offhand at 25 yards, then it would likely produce enough accuracy to not be obvious.
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Yes sir it is indeed a model 18-3 K-22 Combat Masterpiece they made 2 Combat Masterpieces a K-22 later know as the Model 18 Combat Masterpiece and the K-38 later known as the Model 15 Combat Masterpiece .The K-22 is the exact profile as the K-38 in weight grips and sights and was developed as a training pistol for the K-38 but in caliber .22 and as such maintained the nomenclature "Combat Masterpiece" They also made K Models like the 16 and 17 and called them the K-32 and K-22 Masterpiece sans the "Combat".