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Failure to feed

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by kamonjj, Oct 14, 2010.

  1. kamonjj

    kamonjj

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    Well I went to the range yesterday with a first time shooter. Shooting 357 sig out of a 33 with georiga arms factory ammo. Well while she (the first time shooter) was firing, she had 3 failure to feeds. Where I had to eject the magazine and push the round back to the rear of the mag and reload. Useing tap, rack, bang method would not work. Could this be due to her limp wristing? This never happened to me when I was shooting. I did all types of different shooting too. I doubt there is a problem with the gun because I have personally and many other avid shooters have used my gun without this issue. I'm just trying to track down the source and possibly help her out some.
     
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    JR Moderator Millennium Member

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    Most likely a bad case of limp wrist. Have her lock her elbows and lean forward into the shot.
     

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    Yeah she was shooting like a dog sh*ting razor blades. Not to mention she was shooting with the wrong hand for her. Sometimes leftys get confused.
     
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    Nothing a little practice wont cure.