Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Firearm Forum Question: Simple Do It Yourself Magazine Jamming Repair

Ask A Firearms Question:
One of the people at my Indoor Gun Range bought a New Metal 9mm Magazine at the recent Gun Show. Upon test firing the weapon a round repeatedly jammed on the last round being fed into the chamber of the handgun.
This is a simple do it yourself repair that works most of the time.
Thank you 'J' for your input and video.

Note: This is a follow-up on a previous Topic Post in June 2014 Titled:
What Causes Semi Auto Handguns to Jam,
here is the link to that Topic Post -
http://askafirearmsquestion.blogspot.com/2014/06/firearm-forum-question-what-causes-semi.html

New Metal Handgun Magazine with Burrs ....
 Standard Sandpaper Fingernail File ....

Important Notes:
1) Never use a Metal File.
2) Never use a Dremel Tool.
3) Don't use any type of Metal object such as a screwdriver to hold the magazine feed down while performing the repair. If you need to use anything use a wood dowel.

=> Normally you would return a defective magazine but since this was purchased at a Gun Show that is quite impossible. This is also a downside to buying items at Gun Shows. Similar issues may occur if you bought a used firearm with magazines. This is also more likely to be an issue if you purchased an 'After Market Magazine.'

Answer:
Blog Administrator -
This Topic Post helps clarify one aspect of Jamming.
I asked 'J' if he would make a Homemade Video showing how to correct this common problem found on New Magazines both Metal and Plastic.





Homemade Video: This shows a simple Do It Yourself Repair that corrects Jamming most of the time on New Magazines (both metal and plastic) ....


Also, see this related Topic Post at the Firearms Forum:
What’s the Difference between Berden Primed and Boxer Primed Ammo -

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29 comments:

  1. Thank you 'J' for submitting your Homemade Video and 2 photos to The Firearms Forum (Ask A Firearms Question).

    Note: 'J' said when he sent me the Video and 2 Photos that he had tested the magazine again after repair, and it now works perfectly, no Jamming issues.

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  5. Very good advice.

    Topic Request: When are you going to do a Topic Post on the Ruger SR22, 22 Caliber Semi-Auto Handgun?

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    1. Thanks,

      and on the Ruger SR 22 this month.

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  6. Excellent tip for any shooter. I always buff all my new magazines for rifles, and pistols before shooting.

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  7. Another damn fine topic post well explained.

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  8. I am sure it's been said before, but it needs to be said again, this is the best dog gone firearms forum anywhere.

    Thank you for the advice.

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  9. Another fantastic topic post and great advice for very shooter.

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  10. Smart shooters will adhere to this before spending money on buying a new magazine or seeing a gunsmith.

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  11. Oh Mr, Firearms Guy,
    You are a genius.
    Hope all that have jamming issues pay attention to this Firearms Forum.

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  12. holy crap i threw a magazine out should have tried this first
    firearms guy you are a wealth of endless information

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  13. Will show this one to the husband.

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  14. My piece has all ready bee worked and finely tuned when I get it.

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  15. Simple approach, good info, thanks.

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  16. I completely support and agree with this approach Mr. Firearms Guy. I have used this method myself.

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