Welcome from Michigan!
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Welcome from Michigan!
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Welcome from Michigan!!!
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My P238 was one of the first on the market. I had issues with it, with several types of ammo, in not returning to battery. Depending on the ammo, I'd have x number of failures running through a box. I had to use my right thumb to push the slide forward that last 1/16". Surprisingly, the cheap aluminum Blazer ammo funtion better than the others. I sent it back and they did a fair amount of spring replacement. While frustrating, they were excellent to deal with. They shipped and returned at their expense. Promised no more than 7 days to return it and on the 7th day.....etc.
Since then, I have no problems at all. I reload at 95gr and prefer factory ammo the same. With 380's, try to stay away from 90gr IMO. I'd recommend shooting and cleaning your P238 as much as possible, up to 300 rounds or so, before becoming comfortable carrying SD rounds. While they're expensive, I'd still run a couple of mags of SD ammo through it to make sure you have no failures.
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