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Old March 20th, 2020, 11:04 AM   #1
 
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P95 Feed Issues

My P95 is from the batch a few years back before they pulled it and reintroduced it. I bought it from a very good friend who had only put 1 mag trough it.
My issue is consistent, the first 2 mags cycle through with absolutely zero problems then it starts mis-feeding every few rounds or so. A few stove pipes, but most are feed jams. After fighting through the 3rd mag, the 4th mag is every single round gets jammed. This happens with all ammo and using 4 stock brand new Ruger mags. If I let the gun sit for 20 or 30 min the process repeats itself where 2 mags cycle perfectly then problems. Could this be some type of heat issue? My guns are immaculately clean so I can rule that out I'm guessing.

Any suggestions to this weird situation?



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Old March 20th, 2020, 12:57 PM   #2
 
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Don't know if this will solve the problem, but Ruger told me they recommend running the P series pistols "wet".
So just maybe a more liberal application of good oil will work.
I know this goes against many who say go easy on lubing, but these P series seem to run better well lubed.
Just a thought.
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