| | Back in the Pink With My $99 Norinco M213 9mm
I finally figured out what the jamming problem was with my new Norinco M213 9mm - the feeder ramp had to be sanded a bit to make it smoother so the bullet feeds properly into the barrel.
I used a 5" piece of 1/4" dowling, and wrapped a 4" wide strip of 400 grade sandpaper (the kind used for sanding cars) around it, then worked the paper in the direction of the barrel for about 20 minutes (I changed the paper about 6 times).
I then used 600 grade paper with and a dab of light gun oil for about 5 minutes to finish the smoothing job. Make sure you sand in the direction of the barrel, i.e, parallel to the barrel and don't rub too hard. All you want to do is smooth the feeder ramp machine marks, not eradicate them.