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Never had any problem with it, ever. Today slide failed to lock open after firing last round in the magazine. I pulled the trigger on a spent round, (except I didn't know it was a spent round), dropped the magazine, and ejected the spent round. This time the slide locked open when I cycled it. What was that about?
Was using Winchester white box ammo. The rest of the day was fine, except for the guy firing a .44 magnum 10 feet away from me.
 

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I have P30L and a P2000SK, so I know what you are experiencing. It happens to me on occasion.

There is a 99% chance your thumbs are bumping the slide release and it is being released as it's being locked on the last round. Shoot it one handed or with your thumbs clearly off the release to be sure. Very unlikely it's broken.
 

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P2000/9 DA/SA + WWB 0/no stoppages and counting. Nothing wrong with WWB except unburnt powder.
So you didn’t replicate it... Count your rounds and at the last watch your thumb (or shoot one hand as mentioned), it’s very unlikely it’s the gun.
Rinse, repeat.
 

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So the spent cartridge DID NOT eject from the pistol, correct?

If this is the case then its not a simple bumping or holding of the slide stop. I am also not inclined to think limp wristing as that usually stovepipes.

Make sure there is no gunk under the extractor. Make sure the extractor hook isn‘t chipped. Make sure the extractor has plenty of movement/spring to it. Might not hurt to pop it out and clean the spring channel.

All that said WWB has in the past had some issues with undersized brass that sometimes causes the extractor on some guns to slip over it. Generally speaking though Ive had good service from WWB.

If it was a single issue I am inclined to believe it was an ammo issue but I would still do an extractor checkout.
 

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Took it to the range today. Fired off about a hunnert. Not a single issue, everything working like it should. This time I was using Blazer ammo - no crap ammo. As an aside, I have a recipe for soaking the barrel - Kroil and Ballistol mixed together. Mostly Kroil. It's easy. Soak it in an olive jar. (Italians should have no problems finding one of these). Scrub it once after an overnight, dry patch it, and you're done. Voila. Thanks for your tips.
 

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PRODUCT WARNING AND RECALL NOTICE WINCHESTER® 9mm Luger 115 grain
Olin Winchester, LLC is recalling the following lots of 9mm Luger 115 grain Full Metal Jacket and 115 grain Jacketed Hollow Point pistol ammunition.
Symbols: Q4172, RED9, USA9JHP, USA9MMVP, USA9W, WW9B
Lot Numbers:
SC03LD44, SC03LD45, SC03LD46, SC03LD47
SC13LD1, SC13LD6, SC13LD18, SC13LD44, SC13LD45, SC13LD46, SC13LD47 SC52LD44, SC52LD45, SC52LD46, SC52LD47
SC62LD44, SC62LD45, SC62LD46, SC62LD47
SC72LD44, SC72LD45, SC72LD46, SC72LD47
SC92LD44, SC92LD45, SC92LD46, SC92LD47
SD10LD1, SD10LD3, SD10LD6, SC10LD12, SD10LD18, SD10LD46, SD10LD47
SD50LD1, SD50LD3, SD50LD6, SD50LD11, SD50LD12, SD50LD18, SD50LD46, SD50LD47 SD60LD1, SD60LD3, SD60LD6, SD60LD11, SD60LD12, SD60LD18
SD70LD1, SD70LD3, SD70LD6, SD70LD11, SD70LD12, SD70LD18
SD80LD1, SD80LD3, SD80LD6, SD80LD11, SD80LD12, SD80LD18
The Symbol designations and locations of the Lot Numbers are depicted in the photographs below.
NOTE: If ammunition of the above Symbols was purchased before March 25, 2021, it is NOT subject to the recall.
Winchester has determined the above lots of 9mm Luger 115 FMJ and JHP ammunition may contain propellant that does not properly ignite and burn when the cartridge is fired. Ammunition containing propellant that does not properly ignite and burn may result in a bullet remaining in the barrel (i.e., a bullet-in-bore obstruction). Firing a subsequent bullet into the bore obstruction could cause firearm damage, rendering the firearm inoperable and subjecting the shooter and bystanders to a risk of serious personal injury.
DO NOT USE WINCHESTER® 9MM LUGER 115 FMJ / JHP OF THE ABOVE SYMBOLS THAT HAS ANY OF THE ABOVE LOT NUMBERS. The ammunition Lot Number is stamped on the cartons of the Symbols involved as indicated here:
WINCHESTER June 21, 2021
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That's one heck of a public service announcement. In my situation, the WWB ammo that I was shooting was probably 5 years old. Thanks for posting, you may save some other mbrs some agg.
 
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