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My PK380 has a very loose frame to slide fit. It reminds me of a old 1911 that I had in the army. It sounds like a tambourine when I shake it. I'm sure this contributes to it being one of the most inaccurate pistols I own. I like the gun, it's just shoots a large grouping.
Ha any one addressed this?
 

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My PK380 has very little clearance (my pps m2 has some up and down play) between the frame and slide. I had some double feed and failure to eject issues. I called customer service, sent it in for repairs under the lifetime warranty. Got it back a couple weeks later with a new slide. I just need to get it to the range.
 

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I sent mine in about a month ago also, hoping for a new slide. I specifically noted that the rails were very crooked and very loose. They sent a target from a unknown distance with a fairly small group. No action on the slide. Since it is cast steel, I don't think it can be straightened like a forged or billet slide could be. Looks like I'm stuck with the tambourine and mediocre grouping.
Not satisfied.
 
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