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I took the new Colt 70 pistol to the range today. It's all good! shoots point of aim...no malfunctions whatsoever. I am stoked! I suspect most of 'em perform this well and the few problems rear up here. Granted a company like Colt should never send out a bad egg. Out of 50 rounds every one was on paper at 25 yards. I did get beaned twice from brass on the forehead but this is typical with the unmodifed port. No complaints.:D
 

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I took the new Colt 70 pistol to the range today. It's all good! shoots point of aim...no malfunctions whatsoever. I am stoked! I suspect most of 'em perform this well and the few problems rear up here. Granted a company like Colt should never send out a bad egg. Out of 50 rounds every one was on paper at 25 yards. I did get beaned twice from brass on the forehead but this is typical with the unmodifed port. No complaints.:D

It always feels good when a new gun functions properly on its first trip to the range. Congrats and enjoy your new Colt. By the way, what type of ammo were you using?
 

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I only use 230 Gr. FMJ. The weapon was designed for this and I firmly believe in gun control..that is shot placement. Now I should get around to running some wad-cutters through her to really test the ramp and feeding properly.:)
 
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