1927A1 firing pin failure

1927A1 firing pin failure

This is a discussion on 1927A1 firing pin failure within the Long Guns forums, part of the Other Firearms category; Greetings, I purchased my 1927A1 Thompson and shot approximately 300 rounds through it. I loaded a magazine and started shooting when suddenly all I heard ...

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    1927A1 firing pin failure

    Greetings,
    I purchased my 1927A1 Thompson and shot approximately 300 rounds through it. I loaded a magazine and started shooting when suddenly all I heard was a click. Tried again and click. I had also had feeding issues so I decided to return the gun to Kahr for inspection and repair. I got it back a few weeks ago and I tried to shoot it again. All was well until this past Sat while I was shooting pcc in an IDPA match. Shot about 60 rounds and then I got a click again. Retried and click. Another broken firing pin. Has anyone else had a similiar experience?
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    I have no knowledge of new production Thompsons, hoping that another member can answer your question!
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