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Join Date: Feb 2001
Location: Cumberland County 5A
Re: Remmington umc 9mm
Reliability as concerns "limp wristing", seems to be more of an issue with many of the new light weight polymer-framed compact pistols, than with heavier pistols.
My KelTec P3AT will not reliably feed/eject some ammo, if I don't hold it tightly when shooting it. To speed up the break in period, disassembled it and did some polishing. Kept lubed and held tightly, it performs flawlessly now.
UMC works ok in it, so does American Eagle 95gr FMJ.
As for UMC 115gr 9mm ammo, the only 9mm I own is a WWII P 38 Walther bring back. UMC stuff does not cycle it reliably, but more powerful ammo works fine in it.
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