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Old 09-04-2008, 03:45 PM   #11
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Re: P-14 Failure to go into battery

I wish I could just remove it and go test it myself, but working as many hours as I do and living in an anti-gun state make it difficult for me to find time and an affordable place to test fire it. I'm planning on moving to Idaho in less than two months and think I might want to just find a reputable pistolsmith to fix it so I can have it for personal defense if I need it on the way. It's my favorite carry piece. Not to change the subject but if anyone has any advice on getting started in IPSC or IDPA in northern Idaho I would appreciate it. I desperately need to better my skills with pistols and have never had the time, so I am looking to move to a more conservative state where this is more feasible. I'm young and still single so this is probably the best time to get out of here and start a new life and make more time to become involved in the firearms world...as soon as work slows down. I have long term goals of police work and possibly a firearm related career. Can't think of a better place than North Idaho.
 
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Old 11-30-2008, 09:15 PM   #12
 
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Re: P-14 Failure to go into battery

Have you replaced the shock buf just prior to failure? The shock buffs come in different thicknesses. A too fat buff might be your problem. I use buffs in all my guns without a hitch. Just an extra level of confidence.
 
Old 02-16-2009, 09:15 AM   #13
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Re: P-14 Failure to go into battery

Finally got it fixed at a pistolsmiths shop in pa. cost only 25 bucks. My new recoil spring was too heavy so he put in a lighter one and polished the feed ramp area. works flawlessly now.
 
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