Originally Posted by EvanL
I have a Colt Defender series 90 .45 acp. I have always had problems with this gun stove piping and having very bad feed problems. I took it out the other day after not shooting it for awhile and its just horrible now, every couple shots it jams up or has a problem. I tried multiple mags and ammo and same problem. Its to the point where it doesn't leave the safe at all anymore and i have no desire even to take it out and deal with it. Does anyone have any idea what can be causing this i know this cant be normal for this gun can it?
Have someone else try and shoot it. My first reaction to stove piping and FTEs is limp wristing. The Defender being a compact i'm sure it has a pretty stout recoil, and would not be hard to limp wrist it.
Where you have already checked ammo, and magazine problems, the shooter would be the next place I would look.
Also you could shoot it again, just be conscious of your grip and make dang sure that you are holding your wrist firm. You dont have to squeeze the grip like your trying to choke somebody but not letting that wrist break up can make a lot of difference.