sounds like bad ammo
I've got a first generation Sigma .40SW. Despite it's bad press, I like it. Never a hiccup. Don't have a ton of rounds through it, but several hundred to break in went well. I really like the grip angle better than Glocks...but don't tell anybody I said so. I like my Glocks, but people get ripped up about anything else.i have a s&w 9gve i think those are somewhat the same not sure, but it has a test fire date of 2005 and i bought it used 2 months ago. it has shot fine no jams or anything i like it. ive fired that steel case tulammo and it ate it right up. trigger takes some getting use to after shooting glocks alot but i got over that speed bump, overall i love the gun.. musta been crap ammo from what it sounds like
My sw40ve didnt have that burr nor does the sw9ve i have now. However I was talking about the very first photo in the thread by the other poster. In that pic it looks like that barrel has the corner chipped lug on the bottom
I have no idea what that little burr is....!
No problem. LOL:smile:I apologize for the misunderstanding. :banghead:
Hmmm...I'd say this is likely to be your problem right here. Reloads?At range today with my son, who was running some precious 9mm ball through his S&W SD9VE. It's really been a pretty good little gun. JHP's feed well, etc... I suppose he has maybe 500 rounds through it - he got it about a week before the "ammo crunch," but his limited experience has been good. No FYF, FTE, or malfunctions of any type... Until today. He was shooting up some no-name range ammo I dug out of the closet. 115 gr ball, but it looked ok.
Obviously, clean it up and polish it. That little burr probably shows where the barrel struck the frame. Clean and polish the frame, too, if the frame shows the same impact wear. Of course you could have caused it afterwards in trying to take the pistol apart.I have no idea what that little burr is....!