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    Did they ever fix the last round stovepipe issue on the .380 EZ?

    I'm going to assume (or at least hope) that they did, otherwise this is completely pointless and only makes a mockery of the "Performance Center" label.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aberdog1 View Post
    Thanks for the gold floor plate idea. I hadn't considered that..
    hey what are forum friends for if not to make helpful suggestions?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tuco_Ramírez View Post
    Did they ever fix the last round stovepipe issue on the .380 EZ?

    I'm going to assume (or at least hope) that they did, otherwise this is completely pointless and only makes a mockery of the "Performance Center" label.
    can't officially answer but as I mentioned I know 3-4 people that own the weapon and none have mentioned any function problems with any of them, none of the weapons have malfunctioned while I was shooting them.
    A couple of the ladies that own them I helped with some training and picking out a sufficient self defense ammo and we ran some 5-6-7 different modern Hollow points through them and they ate them like candy.
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    I've only put 150 rounds threw my EZ had a couple stove pipes early. I showed it to a co-worker today who's thinking about getting his first pistol, and my Glock 17 with fiber/tritium sights. He liked the EZ and the glocks sights. The Performance Center all black looks good and with the fiber tritium sight it comes with might be worth the $103 MSRP increase. They are priced at $370 (non-PC), so $470 maybe for a PC.
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