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I wanted to make an intro but I thought this issue has priority. Seems like there is damage to the feed ramp. I bought this gun new in 1993. It doesn't like dirty ammo so some jams and stove piping happened early on. Have not shot it for about 15 years or so until last week.

Went and shot about 50 rounds of old Remington's I had. No jams! I did have a few duds. Pulled the trigger and nothing. Had to remove the round. No biggie. Came home to clean and noticed the ramp had a small chunk missing. Would this cause any issues in feeding ammo or is it just my paranoia?lol looks like it's low where the round doesn't touch it. Thanks for your help!!







 

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It may have come from the factory like that - small chips that low on the feed ramp won't interfere with functioning. Don't let it worry you.


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It may have come from the factory like that - small chips that low on the feed ramp won't interfere with functioning. Don't let it worry you.


Jim
I was thinking the same but wanted some reassurance. Thanks Jim! Gun worked great. My wife liked it better than the Beretta 9mm. She said the MKII is more gentlemanly!! Probably because it has a lot less recoil. I think she hooked.LOL

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Sounds like you will need to either buy her one or give yours up and get yourself a new one. LOL... Welcome to the forum by the way.
 

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Sounds like you will need to either buy her one or give yours up and get yourself a new one. LOL... Welcome to the forum by the way.
Thanks for the reception and I think your right! She actually wants a revolver. Something different she says. Funny cause she used to be so anti-gun. I am glad she came around!
 
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