What's with the long for-ends on everyone's builds? Is there a practical purpose or am I old school?
You have got to be joking, right?
Seems to be some confusion on capacity, Clint says four in tube, one in chamber, 4+1, advertisements say 5+1.
My 20 year old express has a MIM extractor and has more rounds through it than I can possibly count, its a non issue by now.
I'd watch mine do the same thing with one mag with the slide off.
Call Ruger they will send a new mag and an envelope to ship the bad on back
99% of folks who own a Kadet didn't need a gunsmith unless they like throwing $ away.
A quick search tells me your right, Kadet is very hard to find right now. Be persistent.
I'm glad I got mine when I did.
Positive about the Kadet...
I bet my paycheck that isn't a G43 in that...
I would have no problem carrying a CZ 83 with 13 gold dots.
If it's a 55 Wingmaster keep the hone and stones away from that barrel. It's as in spec as it gets. Choose better ammo.
Most likely your problem. 1187 like full power loads to function reliably even youth models.
Also it's possible to limp shoulder a semi auto...
I bought a few boxes of 155gr .40 JHP that one third of the boxes had dangerous bullet setback. The only Remington ammo I buy now is slugs.
Anyone who has a LC9s or Pro I highly suggest you put at least 500 rounds through it before you call it good to go.
At 300 rounds mine was back...
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You may get a good one, or have erratic extraction issues. Flip a coin.
To remove all doubt, get a used M serial prefix or before. That's what I...
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