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?
Smith & Wesson M&P9-L
5" Ported & Polished Barrel
Upgraded (Hi-Viz) Fiber Optic Target sights -
Upgraded (Short Reset) trigger - Apex Tactical Enhancement parts
Adj. Trigger stop
Five (5) mags
Three (3) variable size backstraps
Original Performance Center Hard Shell Carry Case
This gun was professionally set up for competition shooting.
Owner is not shooting competition, so this one goes to make room
for his new project.
VERY Low Round Count!
Gun appears to be in MINT condition - spotless (inside & out)
2075 Rami (01750)
Double / Single Action
Buyer must have Valid ID and P2P
Price is Plus Nics and NJ Tax.
So Im moving out of state and the law there says I can only have a MAXIMUM of 10 rounds in my magazine. Problem is I have 4-6 15 round magazines for a Sig Sauer p226 9mm. I called the Bullet Hole and Sig Sauer direct and they said they couldnt modify the magazine. So my question is, what can I do with my current magazines: sell them and buy 10 round magazines or can they be modified?
Would have been hilarious if she missed and shot No. That's a pretty cool way of proposing. One of my first dates with my wife was a trip to the shooting range up in the Poconos. They had just about every gun you could want to try in different calibers. M1 Garand was by far my favorite. They had a MP5 that was a load of fun too.