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Went back to the range today and shot a variety of ammo. 115gr, 124gr, 147gr. The 124gr, regardless of brand, had FTF issues about 20% of time. When I tried 124gr SD (Speer), FTF/jam was not good - increased to about 50% of time. 147gr, regardless of brand had issues about 40% of the time. Federal HST 147gr is even worse.

I also noticed that the gun is shooting on the low side. It may be me, but I don't have that problem with other handguns. Any thoughts?

Came home and made a call and was emailed a shipping label. My 9mm EZ is off to S&W.

I understand how guns can have flaws (I had to send 2 back to Ruger), but what concerns me is the time it will take to fix it. I was told 6 - 8 weeks! The gentleman said the plant was partial shutdown due to maintenance and they had a skeleton crew working. This means a gun I recently bought will be returned to me, probably by the end of September!
Not good!
 

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My 380 EZ. Was lazy to feed ammo at 1st. It loosened up as i shot it. When i sent my SDVE in. It was a long time until it came back. Excuse then was time of the season. Winter everyone's having their guns fixed. I was told.
 

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It seams across the board some MFG'S. Are having some sorts of issues. My last 3 new Rugers had loose front sights. And screws on one.
 

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SW track record of repairs is getting bad. I hope the best for you.
 
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YUP I had 2 M&P`s go back, I just quit buying "New" to the market, I get used do spring changes from Wolff. Getting the "NEW" I get headaches, YES the issues were "Worked Out" lets face it would you trust it 100% knowing 2-3 different issues were missed before it left the Factory? I can not maybe I am weird.
 
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