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    New TH9c and a rebate

    A TH9c followed me home yesterday and found a new 25 dollar rebate the same day. I cleaned the gun, was pretty clean and dry. I shot 115 brass, steel, and aluminum with no issuses[ only 4 mags ] UMC 115 green and white box ammo, are the primer strikes a concern? They fired fine Name:  1015191803_HDR-1_resized.jpg
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    Those rounds look a little over charged.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kruizer View Post
    Those rounds look a little over charged.
    Some pictures I found close to this indicated over charge, just not sure. Factory ammo. Thanks for responding, I will shoot some through a couple of pistols to compare.

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    I wouldn't worry about those primer strikes. My Remington R51 has produced that same primer flow for more than 1000 rounds without issue. I've even seen the same using my reloaded powder-puff loads (sub 800fps) so it's not a pressure issue.

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    I test shot a TH9 this weekend. I also noticed some primer overflow on the spent cases. I am not an expert, but agree with you. I don't see primer overflow on factory or reloads in any of my other 7 - 9mm pistols. The TH9 worked perfectly and was reasonably accurate through 100 rounds. I can only assume the striker is hitting too hard??? The primer is too close to the breech face?? Not sure, maybe one of our resident experts will weigh in.
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    IMHO, you may find the hole in the bolt to be that much bigger than the firing pin. And/Or the bolt face chamfered around the firing pin hole. Personally, I wouldn’t worry about it, unless you find other pressure indicators.
    If you find 1 box each from 3 different manufacturers to be overcharged all at the same time; it’s time to hit the casinos.


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    As william said

    Over pressure and primers is when the outer part of the primer flattens out and one other step is when the case dose not eject out of the chamber

    You're OK
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    I shot my TH9c again, the odd primer strike is more commen on Remington ammo, it showed up on some other ammo not as often. The fireing pin hole is rather large, I found a burr on one side so I cleaned it up with a small round file. I put 4 more mags through with no problems. Thanks for the replies, I will just keep shootin it.
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    A sweet pistol and a rebate! What's not to like!
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    I bought 2 PT809c 13 round mags for my TH9c, one would not work very well in the gun. I inserted an empty mag and pulled back the slide, it locked...good. used the slide release and the extractor hit and rubbed the top of mag so the slide dragged and did not go forward well. The mag also hit the ejector and moved it slightly to the side. This mag was way out of spec, luckily there is a enough feed lip material to grind down so everything now clears and functions good. The second mag was realy close in tolerance to the TH9c mag but it still hits the ejector when in the gun. The extractor clears the mag by a small margin which is good. That second mag works good with just needing a little tuning on the left mag lip. The mags are Taurus
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