I am assuming you got the recoil spring on the right way with the open end towards the muzzle???P7 said:Just got back from my first range visit with the new P380. The gun arrived with a mirror finish on the feedramp. I thoroughly cleaned it and lubed it as specified in the posted Kahr lube chart. Great trigger and quite accurate. However, I had probably 15 assorted jams during the 200 rounds I shot today. There were some stovepipes (Yes, I had a solid grip. I don't have this problem with my LCP or other small guns) and failures to feed. The most frequent jam was failure to extract. These jams occurred with both magazines and several types of ammo. The first 150 rounds were Winchester white box. After that, I tried Golden Sabers and Hornady Critical Defense. Failure to feed with Golden Sabers sometimes occurred using the slide lock release. Any ideas or suggestions?
How about just racking the slide about 500 times as fast as u can and then go out and try it again. WWB sholdbe ok in it. It should not be ammo sensitive at all. Not indicative of kahrs to be ammo sensitive. I don't think i would shoot any good priced hp ammo until the gun is running flawlessly, just a waste of good dollars IMO.
I think I would give it one more 100 round test with fmj ammo and if it doesn't snap out of it, indeed call kahr and have them issue a prepaid pick up on the gun. You shold not be out a dime to send it back.
Yours is the first to really show these type of issues. I want to say more rounds down range will help but you have 200 and it hasn't improved so my bet it willhav eto go back tothe mother ship. Not a good start for your new prize is it???