(not my gun, got this off another forum)
So I was out at the range shooting my Kahr PM9 with some 147 grain Remington Golden Sabers. Loaded my third mag, and on the 5th round, I got a noticeably weak pop instead of a bang. I knew immediately what had happened, and sure enough, there was a round that made it almost out of the barrel.
I called Remington. They are sending me a pre-paid FEDEX box to ship them the remaining ammo and shell casing, etc... They said that I would be adequately reimbursed at the discretion of the manager.
They looked up the manufacture date. They said this box was manufactured in 1995. I don't think I will be buying any more ammo from the same store again any time soon.
I am glad I wasn't double tapping through this mag, as I was doing most of the evening. It was round 5 of 6 in my mag.
I just received a package from Remington. They included a letter in which they stated that:
They did not find any issues with the rest of the ammo I sent back.
They have a very reliable loading process
They included 3 boxes of replacement ammo to cover what I sent in for testing (I sent them 1 box plus 6 rounds in another box)
They are sending me a check for $20 to cover my gun repair expenses (What Gander Mountain gunsmith charged for removal of bullet)
It is about what I expected, and I can't really complain. They made the situation right. As soon as I get the check in the mail, this case will be closed for me.