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Old September 8, 2012, 01:34 PM   #89
WVsig
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I believe that it is nothing more than extractor tension. Once the extractor is properly tensioned it should run. If it does not then there could be something dimensionally wrong with the pistol but if I had to put money on it its the extractor.

Again I am not a tinkerer when it comes to 1911s but this a pretty common cause of feeding issues and it has an easy fix.
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