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Old September 13, 2012, 03:51 PM   #19
Coltman 77
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Yeah, we were shooting remington UMC 115 grain standard loads.
That is very likely your problem and possibly limp wristing too.

The p30 takes a couple of boxes to break in properly. would recommend using 124 grain or +p ammo for break in . The recoil springs are very stiff at first, likely causing the stove pipes.
This post is spot on. I put 200 rds of Winchester Q4318 Nato 124 gr. ammo and 50 rds of +p 124 gr. Gold Dot to break my P30 L in.

It devours any ammo I feed it now.

You've got the probably the finest production handgun in the world. Enjoy.
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