Sounds like it is breaking in. Some folks have had slightly diminished reliability with 10 rd mags, and Geco is generally good ammo. It is a Swiss/German manufacturer but I think it's now made at a plant in Hungary.
Thanks Newbe64. The rounds chambered, the slide did not completely seat. This happened only on the first mag, so I'm guessing it hadn't been shot since the new finish was applied. I also had my 2003 chrome P-32 with me to compare with this one. One apparent plus was the green P-32 has a slightly shorter trigger pull than my chrome P-32. Even though I have an LC9s, these little P-32's are just too comfortable to conceal carry, especially in southeast Georgia.Thanks for the info and keep us posted. When you say FTBattery is that a FTFeed or does the round feed but not go completely into battery? My P32 has an occasional FTFeed with the 10rd mag but is much better feeding from the std mag.
P.S. Congrats on your new pistol, it looks really nice.
The Arizonia Response Systems site states it's "Metacol". I'm guessing it's like a duracoat finish.Looks great WildWes; what finish did they apply to the slide?
Thx for sharing.
Yeah, hard to believe it took 13 years to pick-up my 2nd one. The bottom one is now wearing traction grips like the top one and now waiting on new springs to complete the upgrades. While I normally carry my P-32 in a nylon OWB holster or in my front pocket with a trigger shield, I recently picked-up a Sticky holster to give that carry method a try.Nice! I love my two gen 1 P32s.
I only carry FMJ's in my 8 round extended mags. However, I do condition one carry a Winchester Silvertip.I bought mine May 1st it's an older gen 2 with unknown round count, it purr's like a kitten at the range it eats all kind of FMJ never tried HP, I'm not going to carry HP so why should I shoot it,.....
Thanks. Clicked on the link and received this:WW maybe light sanding on the slide see here no. 1
https://www.ktog.org/tecwerks12a.htm burn some more rds. Don't use the 10 Rd. mag. Like NewBe said and suspect your problem will go away.
Good move on your part IMO. I purchased a steel guide rod but never used it after reading more about it. Plus the plastic rod and spring(s) are the the easiest and least expensive part that any user can replace.My new green P-32 came with a steel recoil rod, but I've ordered a nylon one to replace it.