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My father-in-law recently bought one of the new rebranded Stoeger Cougars in .40S&W. Didn't really pay attention before firing it but after firing about 50 rounds we tore it down and noticed two dents on the top of the guide rod about halfway back on the rod. The next time we fired it, it seemed to have a lot of jams, mostly FTFs. Should these dents be there? Would this affect feeding? Thanks in advance.
 

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I have the same gun, did have a few double feeds (spent cartridge stovepiped or spent cartridge jammed against new fed round). I mark that down to the ammo I used (cheap ammo), or a bit of limp wrist with the shot.

Didn't notice anything amiss with the guide rod. I will look the next time I clean.

Overall, a reasonably good gun, a great gun for the price.
 
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