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    My .40 24/7 Pro

    Just got it last saturday... shoots like a dream so far.

    pictured w/ my Remington SPR-453 and my SOG Flash II:

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    Kewl. Is it one of those SA trigger models, that goes to DA if it gets a misfire?

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    Congrats! You'll love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shipwreck View Post
    Kewl. Is it one of those SA trigger models, that goes to DA if it gets a misfire?
    it is... and what a wonderful feature.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SCTigerJeep View Post
    it is... and what a wonderful feature.
    Its kinda the same as a P99 A/S - I've been wanting to try one eventually.

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    My .45 PT24/7 PRO

    gud day!
    i have my .45 PT24/7 PRO and have fired only 250rounds as of to date. my problem is to remove a bullet in the barrel everytime i pulled the slide. is this what they call failure to eject. what advise could you give me about this? wili somebody give me some info on this? thanks

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    rmglock,

    What type of ammo are you using, might be to light, try federal hydroshocks and anything 180-240+ grain. Could also be that you are not stiffening your elbows, main reason IMO that cause limp wristing, When I fire a .45 I lock my elbows with my arms fully extended and lean forward a bit too.

    If you still have an issue make sure you slide and mags are well oiled. Mags get a little gummy with power and the rounds don't inject properly into the chamber, causing the empty to flush.

    ~Bobby

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