Beretta Jamming

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Beretta Jamming

Post by davekp on 11/30/2012, 8:02 am

I have a Mountain Competition M92 with a jamming issue. Looks like the extractor slips off the empty when the slide retracts and leaves it in the chamber. It then tries to feed a fresh round that hits the back of the fired round that is still in the chamber. I cleaned under the extractor and replaced the extractor after talking to the AMU armorers at Camp Perry and the issue persists. Could it be recoil spring related? I'm stumped.

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Re: Beretta Jamming

Post by Rob Kovach on 11/30/2012, 8:35 pm

Tight Chamber maybe? Take the barrel out and see if there is any drag on the round when you put it in and out of the chamber. It's probably not the recoil spring if the slide is going back far enough to strip a new round off of the magazine.

If it's not a tight chamber, it's gotta be a problem with the extractor or the way the slide was machined to hold the extractor. Did you replace the extractor spring? If it's weak, or compressed it might not have the gripping force that it should.

Maybe KC from KC's Customs can help?
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