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Trigger stuck?

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Old 09-22-2012, 09:49 PM   #11
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^ Hey, I know you!

Extended Grip Safety

and/or

Springer Precision Slide Racker for the XD-XDM

...but I don't know if they are compatible, at all, with the XD-S.

Maybe worth checking with a call to one or both of those places.



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Today I went back to the range and had the same problem. I tried removing the magazine but I had a little trouble because there was a round almost on top of the round in front of it. I finally removed the remaining bullets disassembled the gun, re assembled it, and it shot normally again.
^ Wait, you mean you had a double-feed?

If that's the case, then that is the diagnosis, right there.

I've actually self-induced double-feeds/stovepipes under-stress, if I mess up while getting the magazine out of the mag-pouch. The top-most round displaces forward a little - just enough so that it'll still insert without issues - but once it goes home, something weird happens and it either double-feeds or produces a stove-pipe.

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Maybe the slide was not in "complete battery?" I keep my gun in a tight leather holster locked in my safe and maybe the slide got stuck back a little?
A smart thing to do any time you perform an "administrative load" is to, upon completing a press-check, simply bump the rear of the slide to make sure that it seats fully into battery. This isn't something that you should do with every draw-stroke, rather, it is just a good value-added habit for admin loading, as well as is a part of the usual stoppage reduction routine.

Don't keep your gun in a leather holster, in the safe. Either switch to plastic/Kydex or store them without.

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Maybe I didn't fully grip the gun so as to completely depress the safety?
Possible, but unless you specifically tried to correct this step, first, it would be impossible to know, for sure.
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Old 09-22-2012, 09:56 PM   #12
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^^Oh Jeez, this guy is everywhere!

Thanks for keeping your post short and sweet A

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^ Hey, I do own 3 XDms, you know. What better place to keep track of issues, particularly as I'm likely to eventually own an XD-S, too!

BTW, Scrego, listen to Zlogonje about leather holsters. He knows what he's talking about, trust me.
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FWIW, storing your gun in a leather holster is not generally recommended.
I can see why. Won't be doing that again...
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Old 09-22-2012, 10:12 PM   #15
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^ Hey, I know you!

Extended Grip Safety

and/or

Springer Precision Slide Racker for the XD-XDM

...but I don't know if they are compatible, at all, with the XD-S.

Maybe worth checking with a call to one or both of those places.



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^ Wait, you mean you had a double-feed?

If that's the case, then that is the diagnosis, right there.

I've actually self-induced double-feeds/stovepipes under-stress, if I mess up while getting the magazine out of the mag-pouch. The top-most round displaces forward a little - just enough so that it'll still insert without issues - but once it goes home, something weird happens and it either double-feeds or produces a stove-pipe.



A smart thing to do any time you perform an "administrative load" is to, upon completing a press-check, simply bump the rear of the slide to make sure that it seats fully into battery. This isn't something that you should do with every draw-stroke, rather, it is just a good value-added habit for admin loading, as well as is a part of the usual stoppage reduction routine.

Don't keep your gun in a leather holster, in the safe. Either switch to plastic/Kydex or store them without.



Possible, but unless you specifically tried to correct this step, first, it would be impossible to know, for sure.
Thanks so much TSIWRX for the valuable info especially about storing my gun in a leather holster. I've emailed SA, and now I'm just gonna wait and see what they say. Again, thanks a bunch!
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Old 09-24-2012, 06:00 PM   #17
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Make sure your engaging the grip safety. I have huge hands and when I first got it I thought my trigger was stuck when dry firing , and I realized I was cupping the grip and not engaging the grip safety lol.


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Make sure your engaging the grip safety. I have huge hands and when I first got it I thought my trigger was stuck when dry firing , and I realized I was cupping the grip and not engaging the grip safety lol.


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That's what I assumed too, lol! I called SA yesterday and just to be safe the girl on the phone sent me an rma to send back the gun to check it. Hopefully it was just my inexperience...
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