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Dropped My P95, Need Advice
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The other night I was taking the dog out and was holstering my P95 and dropped it straight on the barrel. Now when I chamber a round the hammer doesnt stay back anymore. What the hell happened? I have to go to range tomorrow to pick up used pistol that just came in. Should I try to fire it and see how it is?
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das;136059 Wrote:The other night I was taking the dog out and was holstering my P95 and dropped it straight on the barrel. Now when I chamber a round the hammer doesnt stay back anymore. What the hell happened? I have to go to range tomorrow to pick up used pistol that just came in. Should I try to fire it and see how it is?

NO!! Do not try to fire it!! Clearly there is something wrong.

I'd advise you to disassemble it and look for something that might be obviously wrong with it. If you cannot easily find what's wrong, then take it to a gunsmith for a thorough inspection.
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#4
My money is on the sear pivot pin. Have you tried to take it down yet?
If you can't get the slide off without it hanging up I bet that is it. Don't try to fire it until you get that figured out.
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#5
Took it down and reassembled it. It seems to be fine now. No broken parts that I noticed. What do guys think?Shrug
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das;136076 Wrote:Took it down and reassembled it. It seems to be fine now. No broken parts that I noticed. What do guys think?Shrug

Maybe you just knocked something out of place...they don't exactly have the tightest tolerances known to man. Pick it up and shake it to prove that point. Still, I would proceed with caution just in case.
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P89;136079 Wrote:
das;136076 Wrote:Took it down and reassembled it. It seems to be fine now. No broken parts that I noticed. What do guys think?Shrug

Maybe you just knocked something out of place...they don't exactly have the tightest tolerances known to man. Pick it up and shake it to prove that point. Still, I would proceed with caution just in case.
Absolutely. Maybe I can get the smith tomorrow to take quick look.
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#8
I think, you should not to fire. It would be dangerous for you.
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hessa11;136502 Wrote:I think, you should not to fire. It would be dangerous for you.

^You are most expert at dropped weapons. Big Grin
“Necessity is the plea for every infringement of human freedom. It is the argument of tyrants; it is the creed of slaves.”

William Pitt
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