Kel-Tec P11 Malfunctions ?

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    Welcome to the forum from SW Ohio. I agree with those who said to contact the manufacturer. You should not have to go through all kinds of gyrations to get your pistol to function properly. The manufacturer should make it "right" for you!
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    Hello, Drainbamage, and welcome from Missouri to this great forum. Good folks and LOTS of info here.
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    Welcome from Wisconsin> sorry I don't have any advice on that pistol but looks like there is some good info for you!

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    do the f&b on the gun. use grease on the rails after cleaning. break in with some fmj ammo. go over to one of the kel tec forums to read more. the p11 is a good gun and you don't see many problems with them. now with any light weight pistol limp wristing will cause jams.
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    Id recomend the fluff and buff as others have said.. i did it to an already reliable Hi-Point 45JHP pistol (i know! must have gotten lucky!) and it smoothed out the entire operation of what seemed like heavy machinery.

    also a good thing to do if you think that perhaps the angle of the round in the mag is too shallow to enter the chamber smoothly, is to open up the front edge of the top lips on the magazine.. you'll see.. if you spread apart that leading edge just a smidge.. the round will point more upwards and have a stronger attack angle on the feed ramp.. might help.

    other thing.. 100rnds is totally not break in levels of ammo... i just buy a few boxes of blazer brass 9mm, pump 2-300 rounds through that thing first.. clean it well, lube the slide.

    for the record.. that Hi-Point still hasnt jammed or malf'd in over 2500 rounds. odd i know.

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