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Last time I took the Grand Power P1 to the range, it tossed a few cases on top of my head (and two behind my specs). I got around to looking at the ejector/extractor team yesterday. The ejector is a strut, and looks undamaged. I applied some canned air and CLP and canned air again to the extractor pivot - because I couldn't think of anything else to do. Today at the range the cases were coming back a foot or so from my right shoulder. That is OK, but I'm wondering if loading the rounds a little hotter (they are middling now) would change the ejection angle - and in which direction.

Any ideas?

Oh yeah, and the gun put holes in the target OK.
 

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Wear a big brimmed hat.
 

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I'm guessing hotter rounds could (?) make em' go at your specs again.
Just a guess though, load some up and find out.

Or..... Maybe a full face crash helmet. (Much more high tech than a wide brimmed hat). ;)



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I'm guessing hotter rounds could (?) make em' go at your specs again.
Just a guess though, load some up and find out.

Or..... Maybe a full face crash helmet. (Much more high tech than a wide brimmed hat). ;)

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My crash helmet has left my ken sometime since 1977 when I last wore it. I still have a few wide brims around from my time in Colorado, but they make me 'stand out' around here.

Next time I load 9mm, maybe I'll load a few 'hot', and mark them.
 
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