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I have always wanted a p5 so a ffl got me a sog used one
fer 495$ i shot one hundred rounds today had one weird failure it failed to feed so i got a stovepipe live round jammed tight took a minute to clear.
I may have limp wrist ed it, but it feed win147hp all day I also got a new factory mag for it. it is a fine gun for winter carry up here.double acction very easy think mabybe new springs needed?

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the P5 recoilsprings are the cheapest of all ......and easy to change....
I read over at the P38 forum to change recoil springs at least every 10.000 rounds........
with those defensive loads however I would not even wait that long...... but that's just me
 

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Quote[/b] (ssgtfrank @ Nov. 10 2006,11:11)]I have always wanted a p5 so a ffl got me a sog used one
fer 495$ i shot one hundred rounds today had one weird failure it failed to feed so i got a stovepipe live round jammed tight took a minute to clear.
I may have limp wrist ed it, but it feed win147hp all day I also got a new factory mag for it. it is a fine gun for winter carry up here.double acction very easy think mabybe new springs needed?

any thoughts.
My P5 is a "SOG" special too..

It has been 100% reliable, and very accurate..  I think the Walther P5 is a nice addition to any Walther lovers inventory.

Enjoy yours!

Best Wishes,

J. Pomeroy

 

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Nice picture!
 
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