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    Hi guys,

    This PSP will not fire. When the trigger is pulled there is a “thud” as if the firing pin is released however there is no mark whatsoever on the back of the casing.

    It’s videos belowshow the issue.

    Any of the resident PSP experts have any idea what may be causing this? I am at a loss, the last time I used it it worked perfectly.

    Any help or advice is greatly appreciated!


    https://photos.app.goo.gl/I1UbLVYQ0hXLBEZ12

    https://photos.app.goo.gl/29BBmISXpV3jnQ9j2

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    Let me be the first to say, send it to Marine 0303, James. I don't think anyone here could diagnose your problem without opening her up.

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    Contact James Williamson @ Teufelshund Tactical.

    [email protected]

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    Thanks guys, any chance it's something I could fix myself?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taffnevy View Post
    Thanks guys, any chance it's something I could fix myself?
    Do you know what it's supposed to look like when it's in spec with nothing broke, then take a look. Maybe a spring just broke. Remove your nills, but I wouldn't go any further.

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    You might try taking the firing pin out and cleaning the firing pin channel. I have had mine get gunked up causing firing problems.

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    Thanks for the information going to send it to James Williamson.

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    Quote Originally Posted by righttoown View Post
    Thanks for the information going to send it to James Williamson.
    Pretty much the default position for anything like this. I had a cocking lever snap right at the bend back in 2011 or so, it was pretty obvious what the problem was, ordered another from GunParts and swapped it in myself but it was not fun. James is the man!
    "We do bad things to bad people".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taffnevy View Post
    Thanks guys, any chance it's something I could fix myself?
    If you want to give it a look / try, I’d start with removing the slide and looking at the firing pin block. Maybe it is broken / deformed and isn’t lifted out of the way of the firing pin. While you are at it, get the firing pin assembly out and give the channel a good scrub, as well as the firing pin / spring. Maybe there is some gunk preventing the pin to move all the way forward to hit the primer.

    And send it to Teufelshund, presumably the best choice west of Oberndorf

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