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Post by Allgoodhits on 8/15/2019, 2:22 pm

I have a .22 Pardini SP NEW.

The gun feeds and fires pretty flawless. However, too often, but not often, I get a failure to eject spent case. It does not appear to be magazine related, but since the ejector is part of the magazine it has me wondering. It can be any round of the 5 in a mag, except the 5th round.

The typical condition is that the next live round has been stripped from the magazine and partially (maybe 50%) chambered, but the spent brass which was extracted gets hung up on the recoil spring rod and not ejected, thus causing a jam which is not easily cleared quickly.  It happens with either CCI SV, ELY or Norma ammo. The gun and mags are clean, and I have changed the recoil spring, but not the buffer.

Thanks,

MJ


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Post by James Hensler on 8/15/2019, 3:25 pm

I have a few thousand rounds through mine and I finally had a failure to eject on Tue! I am taking notes from this post. I don’t know why it happened to me so hopefully someone with experience can tell us
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Post by dronning on 8/15/2019, 4:02 pm

From TargetTalk:
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"Had a similar issue on an HP conversion project switching to .32 ACP from .32L.
After numerous trial and error attempts changing and reshaping various parts, the easiest solution was to ever-so-slightly and carefully bend the ejector inward on the magazine.
Tilting the magazine protrusion inward about 10 degrees caused it to impact the case rim lower and more on the centerline, in effect causing a bigger "bite" on the case and forcing stronger and earlier ejection.
Might be worth a try on one magazine as an inexpensive fix. You can always move the ejector back if unsuccessful.

Keith"
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I had a couple of FTE on a 6" Bullseye SP but I just cleaned the mags and it went away.  I saved this in case I started to have FTE's again.
Here is the complete thread:
http://ttorg.targettalk.net/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=27446&sid=0600d259e954a4aa3ffed7b2f82b286d#p137702
- Dave
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Post by Dr.Don on 8/15/2019, 4:09 pm

Something similar has been posted recently. Make sure the mags are clean internally. Insert a fired case in the chamber, then insert a loaded magazine. Slowly pull the bolt back and watch closely. If the tip of the next round at the top of the mag contacts the case being extracted it can cause a failure to eject. It can be caused by a dirty mag resulting in the round being held at the wrong angle.
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Post by swissyhawk on 8/15/2019, 6:06 pm

I had a similar problem when I got my Pardini.   It didn’t happen very often, but it was annoying when it did.  I had four magazines.  I ended up numbering them and discovered that it was always the same magazine when the failure to eject occurred.  I now only use that magazine for dry firing.  I haven’t had another failure to eject.

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Post by Tripscape on 8/15/2019, 8:30 pm

I second what Dr. Don said. In addition you can draw with marker on the back of that case and see where the true point of impact is with the ejector/magazine.  It's likely thet you may need some careful bending to the top of the magazine so that 1. Ejector points spent case in the right direction and 2. New round feeding does not interact with spent case extraction. If neither occurs then it may be the timing, which is related more to spring tension or buffer if there is one.

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Post by Allgoodhits on 8/16/2019, 12:58 pm

One step at a time. I did install a new buffer, and fired 100 rds in it today using 3 magazines which had rendered the occasional problems. It ran 100% today with those 100 rds. I will not clean it, and shoot another 100 rds and see what happens.

Regarding the magazines. By eye the ejector position and angle seems the same among the magazines.

Standby...
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Post by Allgoodhits on 8/18/2019, 3:49 pm

Update on malf.

Today at 132 rds I had the same type of malf as experienced previously. It occurred again at about 160rds. This time it was the same magazine both times. I will try the slight bending of the ejector inward on that magazine as was suggested.

MJ
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