There were quite a few reports of failure to extract with the pistols. One of the issues has been cartridge cases that were excessively long. They should be 1.025". Others had rough chambers. Excessively long cases can cause high pressure combined with a rough chamber will cause difficult extraction.
Check the fired cases to see if they are longer than 1.025 also check the primers for signs of flattening and cratering. Look at your chamber and see how it looks. If you're chamber is rough I would contact RIA and have them take care of it. There have been issues with the quality of their barrels.
tnirwin33 wrote:I see you mentioned bad ammo. I fired 1 box and had 2 misfires. A friend of mine has fire 14 rounds and had 3 misfires. Is this the gun or the ammo. I think it is the ammo but not sure.
Easiest way to find out is to buy another box of a different lot and try it. The lot number is printed on the inside of the box end flap on one end.
500 rounds!!! -- Really??
I'm going to give my rifle one more range session, then I'll be contacting them about accuracy problems.
Yeah, I know why they say 500rds, but $250 in ammo to make a gun work correctly?