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 Post subject: Stoeger Luger
PostPosted: Sun May 11, 2008 12:12 am 
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.22 cal

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I own a 22 cal Stoeger Luger, It seems to have a Little mis-fire trouble. Really 45% Misfire rate. Is there any hope of improving the function of this gun. Thank you
Cheryl


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 Post subject: re: Stoeger Luger
PostPosted: Sun May 11, 2008 3:37 am 
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.38 cal

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What brand(s) of ammo do you use? By misfire, you mean that the firing pin strikes but the round does not fire, correct?
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 Post subject: re: Stoeger Luger
PostPosted: Tue May 13, 2008 8:07 pm 
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Unfortunately, that was a rather common and well noted malady for these guns. I thought they were a neat looking design and thought hard about getting one but the reliability reports kept me from doing so. Other than the basics of thorough cleaning, proper lubrication, feed ramp polishing, new magazine springs, and checking the feed lips for damage, I don't know what else to suggest. Hopefully, there is someone more up to date with this model out there and will chime in.


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 Post subject: Re: re: Stoeger Luger
PostPosted: Wed May 14, 2008 1:53 am 
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.22 cal

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darkgael wrote:
What brand(s) of ammo do you use? By misfire, you mean that the firing pin strikes but the round does not fire, correct?
Pete
The spent cassing ends up straight up or sideways. Or the round does not fire at all. I'v used about 5 differant brands and bought a new magazine.


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 Post subject: Re: re: Stoeger Luger
PostPosted: Wed May 14, 2008 1:55 am 
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.22 cal

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uglydog wrote:
Unfortunately, that was a rather common and well noted malady for these guns. I thought they were a neat looking design and thought hard about getting one but the reliability reports kept me from doing so. Other than the basics of thorough cleaning, proper lubrication, feed ramp polishing, new magazine springs, and checking the feed lips for damage, I don't know what else to suggest. Hopefully, there is someone more up to date with this model out there and will chime in.
The spent cassing ends straight up or sideways. Or it does not fire at all, I'v used 5 differant brands of ammo and bought a new magazine.


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 Post subject: re: Stoeger Luger
PostPosted: Mon Jun 16, 2008 10:31 am 
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.38 cal

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I'm sorry to report that many of the Stoeger Luger .22's had feeding/ejection problems, maybe due to the mag lips, maybe to spotty QC. They sold a lot because of their looks, but they are not generally reliable pistols.
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