How many FTF, FTE, Stove Pipes, till you lose confidence in a ccw
First thing you try is to let somebody else shoot it & see if they have similar problems. Sometimes stovepipes & failure to feed can be shooter induced. If the handgun is shot with a loose or 'limp' wrist, it will happen a lot. Try tightening your grip & see if that helps.
Magazines would be the next thing to check. A bad mag has caused even high dollar handguns to appear as lemons.
Re: How many FTF, FTE, Stove Pipes, till you lose confidence in a ccw
To answer question in title, there's always a cause. That doesn't mean there's always a reasonable solution, depending on cost and amount of work to fix, but most things I've run into could be resolved with new mag/spring, new extractor/spring, or firingpin/spring. Anything further I call it a junker and find someone willing to deal with the headache and work out a trade or sale.
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