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Looks like you have good control over your trigger pull. That's a major obstacle most have a hard time getting past at first, but you seem to be ok in that category.
I notice your shot groupings are going a little south. That's cause you are heeling. ie getting too tense right before you shoot and are anticipating the recoil. SO you naturally nose down a little when firing. that will go away as you get more comfortable shooting and you become more relaxed.
Originally posted by buni11687
reply to post by slapmyface
Mine came with a ton of grease and stuff on the inside, some of what looked like metal shavings, but it turned out just to be some grease or something.
If you have already cleaned it, fired it, cleaned it again, and metal shavings are starting to show up, Im not really sure what exactly the problem would be. My first guess would be something wrong with the slide. Id send it back to Taurus right away. I doubt it would be safe to continue to fire the weapon if metal is being scraped off.edit on 21-6-2012 by buni11687 because: (no reason given)
I am not a big Tauras fan. I would consider one of their 1911's but that's about it. My brother has a millenium...He had to send it back, firing pin wasn't always striking the primer hard enough to always set it off.