I have a sig m11a1 that I sent back for the enhancement package. I use a combination of federal xm 882 and 124 go Winchester 4318 ammo to practice with. I seem to be having some lite primer strikes and a thus a failure to fire. The all go off with the second tap. Could something in the
Aep package cause this. I don’t remember an issue with fed hst ammo. I cleaned the firing pin channel as best I could but I am curious as what the experts thinkThis message has been edited. Last edited by: blueinterceptor,
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I don't think so. Some lots of the 124 Grain NATO gave me light strikes with a P228 that I've since sold. Only ever occurred with that platform.
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If you're not working for the military, with an issued DoD pistol, you do NOT have an M11. You might have a SIG P229 that has been labeled/marketed as an M11-A1. Even SIG-Sauer acknowledges that reality on their website.
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Yes it’s an m11a1.
Call SIG, tell them their AEP screwed up your gun, and get a shipping label. They own it until it's fixed, simple as that.
I lost all my weapons in a boating, umm, accident.
It’s on its way back. Their dime.
Got her back Fired 100 flawless rounds through her. Three types of ammo.
Changed the hammer strut and main spring too
blue interceptor - might you be a law enforcement
trooper from the MSP????
Good to see that Sig took care of the problem.
Retired le yes. Msp no
Can't a man call his gun what Sig stamped on the slide? I have a Sig 220 Scorpion, but it really isn't a real live scorpion... It does get the point across, and you can figure out what we're talking about.
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