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Old 03-25-2019, 03:43 PM   #31
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Interesting problem, but if different recoil spring, ammo or extractor tweak fixed it, doesn't matter, I'm back in action. Thanks for your interest.
This seems to indicate that the issue wasn't with the mag. I'm still wondering how the empty casing was loose in the chamber if another round fed directly into it, with all of the slide pushing against both.

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Q5 SF Pro, the mag hitting the slide, is not the issue, I looked.
None of the explanations in this thread make any sense to me. Hopefully someone gets to the bottom of this and finds out exactly what's going on here. But if I hear double feed malfunctions, the last thing I'm thinking about is the magazine.
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Old 03-25-2019, 11:32 PM   #32
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I love the idea of marking the shell and will do so as I'm going shooting in 30 minutes and will pop off 150 or so to make it happen again.


I went to the range this afternoon and marked some shells and went through 100 but had no jams. Had two other guns I worked on and had to shoot them some. Will contiune to work this and update you folks.

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Old 03-26-2019, 02:10 PM   #33
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MR White have you tried different brands of factory ammo? And if so does this jam happen still?
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Old 03-26-2019, 10:04 PM   #34
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I have 2 Walther pro steel frames. One has no issues. The other has had feed/ejection issues from the start. Looks like this is a real problem since others are experiencing the same problems.

I am disappointed in the gun due to feed issues, grip size and the trigger. Never had an issue with the polymer q5.
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Old 03-26-2019, 10:49 PM   #35
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I have 2 Walther pro steel frames. One has no issues. The other has had feed/ejection issues from the start.
Can you post pictures comparing the 2 Q5 SFs?
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Old 03-27-2019, 12:14 AM   #36
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Failure to extract

I have a q5 match sf I also have had failure to extract. Case stayed in barrel the new round came in behind and jammed. My mags have a lot of movement side to side. Wonder if thicker plastic guides in gun would help tighten them up a little?
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I can’t post any pictures of the malfunctioning gun. I got rid of it a few days ago.
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I've got a standing offer of $500 for one of those sputterin' Q5 SF's.

I need a new project.
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I've got a standing offer of $500 for one of those sputterin' Q5 SF's.
Were you wearing your glasses when you wrote the offer amount? Just trying to get out in front of 1917?
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MR White have you tried different brands of factory ammo? And if so does this jam happen still?
No I only shoot my loads with range ammo. I have a Q5 and Q5 SF Pro and will be taking some in-depth readings around the grab claw on both. Never had this issue on the Q5. I also had issues with some failures on the SF due to low power loads and the factory spring but the Springco upgrade with low power factor spring took care of the othe isses. The picture below is the one remaining issue left to solve. Oh, btw I'm making a new grip as the factory one on the SF is to large for my hands and Walter seems not care about this issue. I will post pictures and the size of my new grip when completed. I'm in the final stage now with selecting the coating.

So tomorrow morning I'm going to range and will see if I can get more data. I will also take the detailed measurements tomorrow morning and try to post results by days end.
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