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Posted: 12/27/2003 10:07:04 PM EDT
Took my new KHAR ARMS GI .45  to the range today and put 250 rds through it. Two stove pipe jams in the first 75 rds, but then after that with the next 175 rds there were no problems whatsoever. Maybe it was just a break in process ,but it seems like a similar experience that AMERICNA RIFLEMAN had with their sample pistol they tested about two years ago.  
Link Posted: 1/1/2004 6:01:33 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 1/1/2004 6:10:59 PM EDT by ScrubJ]
Don't know about the GI .45, but my owners manual for my P40 said to run AT LEAST 200 rounds down the pipe before considering it for carry.

I've never had any problem with any of my new handguns (lucky I guess) but i don't think I'd be upset if this happened in the first several hundred rounds.

Came back to add... You did disassemble and clean it before heading out with it didn't you?
Link Posted: 1/1/2004 7:27:23 PM EDT
Came back to add... You did disassemble and clean it before heading out with it didn't you?
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No....but it is now.
Link Posted: 1/1/2004 8:03:38 PM EDT

Originally Posted By ScrubJ:
Don't know about the GI .45, but my owners manual for my P40 said to run AT LEAST 200 rounds down the pipe before considering it for carry.




Should be SOP for any pistol you intend on using for serious purposes.
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