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Anyone experience this? I read on 10-8 that a M&P9C owner could not eject a live 115gr ball Winchester white box round from the chamber when attempting to unload the pistol, and stated that the slide does not slide back enough to allow it to eject the round via racking the slide. He went on to state that shorter OAL hollowpoint rounds ejected fine, just not the 115gr BALL ammo.



Just wanted to see if anyone here had knowledge of this....
 

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Mine ejects blazer 115gr ball easy....i did have a golden saber 147gr not wanna come out easy once though.
 

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I experienced that once, the first time I did a 'clear the pistol' drill.

Winchester ball, live round, did not clear the ejection port. It

took a shake of the pistol and the round fell out the empty mag well.



Only happened once, but I will be watching for it again. When I

begin using this pistol for carry it certainly won't have ball ammo in it.



Need to order 3-400 Gold dots and begin working up a load.....
 

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I just tried several types of ammos.

1. 115gr. aluminum blazer - no problem with extraction

2. 115gr. remington - same as above

3. 115gt. atlanta arms - same

4. 147gr. Corbon truncated cone match ammo - same

5. 124 +P+ winchester ranger - no problem either



I think Mikey has a bad extractor or weak extractor spring?



PS: I'm glad I chose my gun and left the lemon for Mike
 

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Ive never had a problem with the 5-6 different types of ammo Ive fed the gun. All different gr., +p, non +p, FMJ, JHP, no ball ammo though...
 

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Have the same issue with mine. Winchester 115gr ball (Bargain stuff from Wally World) live ammo won't clear gun without a good shake and a poke (allowing the live round to flop down the mag well). No issues with any other ammo I have on hand. Wonder if the Winchester stuff I got wasn't seated far enough.



-Bill



nickdrak said:
Anyone experience this? I read on 10-8 that a M&P9C owner could not eject a live 115gr ball Winchester white box round from the chamber when attempting to unload the pistol, and stated that the slide does not slide back enough to allow it to eject the round via racking the slide. He went on to state that shorter OAL hollowpoint rounds ejected fine, just not the 115gr BALL ammo.



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bstevens said:
Have the same issue with mine. Winchester 115gr ball (Bargain stuff from Wally World) live ammo won't clear gun without a good shake and a poke (allowing the live round to flop down the mag well). No issues with any other ammo I have on hand. Wonder if the Winchester stuff I got wasn't seated far enough.



-Bill



[quote name='nickdrak']Anyone experience this? I read on 10-8 that a M&P9C owner could not eject a live 115gr ball Winchester white box round from the chamber when attempting to unload the pistol, and stated that the slide does not slide back enough to allow it to eject the round via racking the slide. He went on to state that shorter OAL hollowpoint rounds ejected fine, just not the 115gr BALL ammo.



Just wanted to see if anyone here had knowledge of this....
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Just had the same issue tonight with the winchester ammo. Will not eject live round without going through the empty mag slot.
 

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I have noticed this on all the compacts I have tested. I test with WWB. It seems to me that it will eject it if you clear the round like you mean it, if you gently pull it back like you are causually unloading they will hang everytime.
 

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I was just looking at the grains some the owner's use, I have never fired anything less than 165 gr, but usually use 180 gr. I will be totally honest, it is whatever Walmart has cheapest that weekend. But I can't get over 115, 124, 147 where do you get these and why use them? I understand less recoil, but what do use in the house, or while CC? Just curious, pay no attention to this if you think it is a stupid post... :wink:



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Morgan Walker said:
I was just looking at the grains some the owner's use, I have never fired anything less than 165 gr, but usually use 180 gr. I will be totally honest, it is whatever Walmart has cheapest that weekend. But I can't get over 115, 124, 147 where do you get these and why use them? I understand less recoil, but what do use in the house, or while CC? Just curious, pay no attention to this if you think it is a stupid post... :wink:


The 165gr and 180gr won't chamber nor fit it the mag of my M&P9c, but I have a Dremel! :twisted:
 

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Mine does it also. I didn't measure them, but I think the WWB is just a tad longer and the nose catches. WWB works fine in my full-size M&P.
 

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gotm4 said:
[quote name='Morgan Walker']I was just looking at the grains some the owner's use, I have never fired anything less than 165 gr, but usually use 180 gr. I will be totally honest, it is whatever Walmart has cheapest that weekend. But I can't get over 115, 124, 147 where do you get these and why use them? I understand less recoil, but what do use in the house, or while CC? Just curious, pay no attention to this if you think it is a stupid post... :wink:


The 165gr and 180gr won't chamber nor fit it the mag of my M&P9c, but I have a Dremel! :twisted:[/quote]



Damn, I didn't even read the topic, just wanted to put my foot in my mouth early this morning...




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After grouse told me about this thread, I ran some WWB 115grn through mine just to check again. No problems at all with a handful from the box I tested.
 

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When the gun was brand new (unfired), I had a couple of WWB rounds do this when I hand cycled it. I attributed it to everything being new and stiff springs, because it never caused a problem firing, and it doesn't do this at all now.
 

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Dan Burwell said:
I have noticed this on all the compacts I have tested. I test with WWB. It seems to me that it will eject it if you clear the round like you mean it, if you gently pull it back like you are causually unloading they will hang everytime.


That was my experience as well when I hand-cycled a mag full of 124gr. Gold Dots.Pull the slide gently and it hangs.Let 'er rip and its no problem.



Looking forward to see how it shoots for the first time.
 

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Re: win white box

slove_mp9c said:
put about 500 of those dudes through mine without a hitch. i'd have somebody look your piece.


I have not heard that term used in years.It's you PIECE boy,guns are on battle ships.

I believe CZ's had some problems with the WWB.The extractor grove is a little smaller.I have a full size 9mm and the extractor claw is bigger that a lot of other brands but I have not have any problems with the WWB.



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I've had no problem with mine, I used WWB ammo for a while before I started reloading and it has been running quite nicely
 

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Dan Burwell said:
I have noticed this on all the compacts I have tested. I test with WWB. It seems to me that it will eject it if you clear the round like you mean it, if you gently pull it back like you are causually unloading they will hang everytime.
Dan is right, and I too noticed this with Golden Sabre 147 gr (nice round for the 9c BTW). You have to rack the slide "like you mean it" as a wise man once said. You don't have to drop the cleared slide like you mean it, just pull it back with some testinal fortitude then ease it back down please. There is a little step at the end of the slide pull that you won't make it past if you are being too easy with it. Made me think of one time I was showing off my SA loaded 9mm 1911... Handed it too the guy with the slide locked open (he said he knew about guns) and the first thing he did was hit the slide lock and let the heavy slide slam forward.




hahaha, as I was reading I saw Morgans first post and thought to myself "Self, didn't we think that Morgan knew what he was talking about? it's awful early to be drinking...." very funny! I need some 180 gr 9mm's for sure!
 
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