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This maybe an old subject but today with a new 322 I have 21 failures to fire. CCI,ELY and Auguilia ammo.Firing Pin hits were all the same on fired and failed rounds. Is this a problem? Fix? Waiting to hear back from the factory.
 
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If you called SIG customer support, I am surprised they didn't give you an RMA to send it back. What are they doing?
 
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Per the customer service Rep they are swamped - had to fill out a form with all the info. waiting for the RMA and shipping label. Patience is a virtue which I don't have.
 
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Went back today - first thing out of the mouth of FedX - you can't ship a firearm. Proved him wrong!
 
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tagged..curious to hear what the issue is/was
 
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Will do! Just sent them pictures of the hits that didn't go off. Should help the gunsmith.
 
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I have 2 P322s. My son and I fired them about 3 weeks ago and experienced the same with about 20 - 25 rounds, but we had only fired Browning copper jacketed ammo.

I've since cleaned/lubed them and loaded each with different ammo, one with CCI hollow points and one with Winchester hollow points. I'm hoping they didn't like the Browning ammo; otherwise, I will be doing the same thing you did, Jerry.
 
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remsis,

We will see and I guess their turn around is about two weeks.
This model came high recommended by a Sig employee who I really trust. He did say the mags could be an issue when loading rounds with failures to strip. Just had to load them carefully.
 
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remsis.....wonder if our serial numbers are in the same range. Tried sending you a PM but I don't think I can.
 
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remsis.....wonder if our serial numbers are in the same range. Tried sending you a PM but I don't think I can.


Hi Jerry,

SF doesn't have a PM function, you have to send an email to the other member (if they have an email address listed in their profile.)

My 2 SN's are:

73AO192XX
73AO192XX

The 2 SN's I have are only 7 numbers apart, so I'm sure they would have both been made at/around the same time.
 
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73AO324XX pretty far apart. My guess is a weak hammer spring. They should have it in the morning.

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Ok good. Please post a follow-up once you have a final determination. I will go to the range this weekend if I'm not working and try them again, but there's a strong possibility I will be working. If not this weekend, it will be next weekend.
 
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Will do!
 
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