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Went out last weekend and shot my C9. This is the second time I have shot it, and it now has about 100 rounds through it. I had one stovepipe at about round 70, but other than that, no feed/extraction issues. I did notice that sometimes the trigger felt stiff and a couple of times it didn't want to fire. Releasing the trigger squeeze and trying again always resulted in the weapon firing.

Overall, I was happy with my shooting. From 7 yards I could keep everything within 5" or so... depending on how fast I fired. At this point, I am not trying to break any speed records, just trying to notice how the pistol fires depending on how my trigger finger and sights are positioned.

I plan on taking a Defensive Handgun I class in the next month or so, and will run through 250 rounds there. I'd like to use my C9 and not have any failures. More shooting beforehand will give me the confidence (or not) to use the C9 in the class.

P.S. Shooting is fun!
 

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Just keep runnin the rds thru her, she'll luv you back! Hopefully she'll make daddy proud at your class! :devilsidesmile:
 

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Went out last weekend and shot my C9. This is the second time I have shot it, and it now has about 100 rounds through it. I had one stovepipe at about round 70, but other than that, no feed/extraction issues. I did notice that sometimes the trigger felt stiff and a couple of times it didn't want to fire. Releasing the trigger squeeze and trying again always resulted in the weapon firing.

Overall, I was happy with my shooting. From 7 yards I could keep everything within 5" or so... depending on how fast I fired. At this point, I am not trying to break any speed records, just trying to notice how the pistol fires depending on how my trigger finger and sights are positioned.

I plan on taking a Defensive Handgun I class in the next month or so, and will run through 250 rounds there. I'd like to use my C9 and not have any failures. More shooting beforehand will give me the confidence (or not) to use the C9 in the class.

P.S. Shooting is fun!
Polishing the feed ramp would have FTF failures. I've never really had any FTE failures. :welcome: btw. +1 on the class, I'm sure you'll learn a lot.
 
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