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Previously I was having a problem with eating brass, and after a trip to S&W, they replaced the extractor, did a "barrel modification" and adjusted the front sight...not to mention threw in a free mag.=



Total round count: ~1.5k

Total round count today: 200

Total problems: 0



Today's trip was a total success, I put about 200 rounds downrange (White box and Monarch brass, both 115gr) and every singe piece of hot brass landed in a nice little pile at about my 4 o'clock.



The range had a set 15yd distance and focusing on my trigger pull I was able to keep them all towards the center with a few fliers. I believe I have aproached the limit of my own shooting ability, as far as trigger control goes. The gun was shooting dead on POI=POA. I was consistantly left of target which I was able to chalk up to trigger control. This was confirmed with a few snap caps slipped in the mags. I am not worried about it, they were all inside the 7-10 ring but I can see where I need the work. I guess I need another set of snap caps, as the first set is about destroyed.



I think I have said it before, but I love this gun. I even sold the MP to a frustrated G19 owner who had 5 FTE's while I was there.
 

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I cannot honestly tell. I am far from a gunsmith but I cannot see any obvious differences. Prior to sending it in I had already polished the feed ramp. Closest thing I can tell is that it seems like they refinished the breechface, as I dont recall it being that black. I think the biggest difference was replacing the extractor.
 

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Probably just smoothed out the feed ramp or removed some metal from the hood. Not much modification to really do other than polish and perhaps throat the barrel, but not needed for the 9mm. I would guess that they simply polished the feed ramp or at least said they did to satisfy the customer.
 
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