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Should I be worried??

Discussion in 'The 10 Ring' started by bronx79, Jan 11, 2012.

  1. bronx79

    bronx79

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    I just purchased a new drop in kkm standard length barrel for my 20sf but today when i would work the slide manually with a full mag the case would not feed into the chamber. after a about ten times or so it seemed better. So is this just a break in issue or is there reason to sent this kkm back? I also have NOT fired this pistol with the new barrel.
     
  2. arushus

    arushus Biggest Member

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    what type or jam is it? If it is a three point jam, it needs the feed ramp polished slightly.
     

  3. _The_Shadow

    _The_Shadow Ret. Fireman

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    Be absolutly sure your rounds did not get pushed back into the casing, by this I mean measure the cartridge as compared to the others length. Setbacks can elevate pressures.
     
  4. blastfact

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    If it's getting better as you cycle ammo through it, I bet it will be fine in the long run. A slight feed ramp polish and chamber polish never hurt's. More of a very very slight hone concerning the chamber. Kittke steps can make big improvement's.

    Good luck and shoot her in. I bet it will be fine. The Glock is use to a hole like a crack whore. Cycle her in and tune if you must and it will be fine. :)