I put 500 rounds of 115gr blazer brass threw my new stock sp without a hiccup, I think you can rule that out.
My wife had the same prob with my friends 100% reliable Beretta 92. She's lil, it was her first time shooting a handgun and we narrowed it down to limp wristing. I told her this is one instance that requires a man's touch ! Yes I made sure the gun was empty and not in her possession when I made my comment !!! LOL
I'm a noob to and like you research the !@## out of everything and the only other thing I've read is possibly a bad mag. I have 2 CZ and 2 mec gars all 10 rounders. If it continues to happen you can try my mec gar to rule out if you have a bad mag.
My rounds weren't ejecting very far at all, mostly at my feet at the outdoor range and almost all the shells landed on the shooting counter at the indoor range.
I just changed out my recoil spring for a 13lb from czcustom for the next trip to the range. I just have to wait till payday to buy more ammo.
I also have a czcustom 13lb hammer/main spring and firing pin spring for the next, next trip to the range. My DA feels pretty heavy unless I pull to half cocked then it's easier to pull the trigger smoothly. Do you use your fingertip or knuckle deep to pull the trigger ? I'm still trying to fig out what works best.
SA is pretty sweet. I agree with PnoyGeek I like that you can take up the slack in the trigger and focus, breathe and pull the trigger.
Have you noticed take up seems shorter when firing live rounds as opposed to dry firing ?
I'm working one upgrade at a time to get a better feel for the changes I'm making.
I also found a Justin Bieber doll at Goodwill for target practice !!!
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