So I purchased a brand new Springfield EMP .40 Saturday. Thing is dripping with oil which I know factory's do. Here's what concerns me. This is only my 4th gun I've purchased. All brand new. The other 3 are all rugers and came greased up and I cleaned them right out of the box. This gun however is dirty inside. Not too dirty that it looks like a used gun but certainly looks fired. I'm going to post pics of certain parts and let you guys decide. My concern is that maybe I'm wrong maybe they test fired this gun at the factory and that's the dirt inside? My rugers also came with the casing from the test fire. This Springfield did not. I don't know if that's normal or not. Let me know how you EMPs came if you have one or if you don't just let me know what you think. This gun has NOT been fired by me yet and has only been broken down to clean when I noticed the dirt inside of it and decided to present this info to you to decide wether to continue my cleaning and move on or leave it and return to the store to complain about selling me a used gun as new.
Here is the inside of the barrel(ramp is clean because I already wiped it see next pic):
Here is the dirt that came off of the feed ramp:
Here is the firing pin area whatever it's called (can also see dirt inside slide around area):
Here is some dirt that gets on the grooves on the outside of the slide usually from racking the slide with dirty gun powder hands:
What do you guys think.
P.S. the gun feels super tight as a compact 1911 should out of the box and the spring is still very tight.