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Thread: Rock won't cycle Winchester 9mm ammo.

  1. #21
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    Follow up...now reloading for 9mm and the gun continues to function great with my reloads. Very happy with this pistol now.
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    timbermart (2nd July 2017)


  2. #22
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    Good, it's too easy to under-appreciate a boringly reliable gun..!
    Too many people miss the silver lining because they're expecting gold.
    M. Setter

  3. #23
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beemer606 View Post
    Follow up...now reloading for 9mm and the gun continues to function great with my reloads. Very happy with this pistol now.
    Thanks for the fllow up post.

  4. #24
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    Just in case someone else comes
    across this thread, the gun was new and a little tight. When I was experimenting with lighter loads for bullseye I could make this happen. Be glad it was tight enough to have issues and not so loose it would cycle anything. As it wears in it should get better, a 1911 was not originally designed to shoot such a light load.

  5. #25
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    I have the RIA .22TCM/9MM HC. My first pistol had a problem with light strikes and striking off center on the primer. Sent it back, got a brand new pistol in about
    3 weeks. The new pistol eats anything I put in it. WWB, ARX Winchester USA Forged, you name it, it shoots it!
    It is my main carry weapon.
    Blackie

  6. #26
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    I am a fan on a new pistol to lube really good and shoot hot factory ammo for at least 300 rounds. My new Rock 45 magically started working flawless at about the 300 round count. I can put anything in it now. If it will have a problem it will be with Win white box. If it runs that good it will probably feed anything.
    Ron

  7. #27
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beemer606 View Post
    I'm thinking extractor since the empty casing is only about 3/4 of the way out of the chamber with another round kind of pinching it in place. It's almost if it hasn't had enough time to clear the breach before another round is try to load. I'm going to try and call Armscor tomorrow and see what they say although I don't like the idea of having to send it back again.
    Beemer,
    Send it back with instructions that you want a different pistol. I had a problem with my .22TCM/9MM with light pin strikes and off center breech. They send me a new
    pistol. RIA are not hard to work with.
    Blackie

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