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I was at range yesterday and I notice something:
After empty the mag, the slide is locked in position. I insert the new mag and give it a push, like gently bang the mag in the bottom. The slide will drop and load a round in the chamber, ready to fire. I wonder that's a common feature or not?


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I was at range yesterday and I notice something:
After empty the mag, the slide is locked in position. I insert the new mag and give it a push, like gently bang the mag in the bottom. The slide will drop and load a round in the chamber, ready to fire. I wonder that's a common feature or not?


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I am pretty new to the USP. I got my first one last week and it did the same thing at the range yesterday. If I inserted the mag without much force it stayed locked back. But trying to reload with speed and it fell a few times.
 

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It's typical. Some call it a feature. Others call it serendipity. Some like it. Some do not. My Walther P99s do it; so does my 92fs IIRC. Can't remember if some of my SIGs do it. None of my 1911s do it. I like it.
 
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