As all other Springfield owners, users and those who just love shooting. A great welcome.Hello all. Been monitoring this site for a bit and decided to sign up when I picked up a new EMP4 CC. Great little piece . Had some teeing issues with it but all fixed now. Hope to learn here and contribute what I can. Thanks for having me.
tight chamber and light primer strikes. The tight chamber was fixed by SA reaming the chamber about 0.002”. After I got it back, and could now chamber a round, the light primer strikes showed up. Called CS again and was told I needed a steel FP and a heavier (28#) main/hammer spring. I asked that they send me the parts and I would install them. That they did, I installed the parts and now have a fine firearm.Good to have you with us Collective. How were your teeing issues fixed or did they work themselves out all on their own?
I too had been out of the shooting sports for a number of years…decided I needed a modern 9mm and purchased An EMP 4 CCC…great piece. I did send it back to Springfield for FTE/FTF issues but now that I have it back it’s super reliable…been feeding it a steady diet of 115/124 gr RN…not one hiccup since I got it back from Springfield. Welcome to the group!Hello all. Been monitoring this site for a bit and decided to sign up when I picked up a new EMP4 CC. Great little piece . Had some teeing issues with it but all fixed now. Hope to learn here and contribute what I can. Thanks for having me.
Hi, i live in sunny Australia and the agents here for Springfield and most other brands are next to useless. Over very many years i have purchased almost all brands and the few i had issues with i fixed, because t is usually the chamber, extractor or ejector that is the issue. All easily fixed, i also always change out the recoil and hammer spring and in many cases ream out the chamber. Trigger springs and other items in most pistols are easy, except a stupid Beretta, LOL. My XD i changed out the whole trigger system (Powder River) in less than an hour and now it is fantastic. If something happens and i cannot understand why i visit a friend who is a gunsmith drink his coffee and he tells me what to do, or fixes my problem very quickly. I support him by buying primers, projectiles and now and then a pistol. Works great. All the best.I did my research on the EMP4 CCC after I experienced problems. I wanted to be sure it wasn’t something I was doing. You are correct Voltaire, it is more common with EMP than I’d like to think. Mine experienced the FTE/FTF within the first 5 rounds fired. Continued to experience it every 40-50 rds fired. Brand of ammo didn’t matter. After several hundred rounds and a continuing problem, I contacted Springfield. They were great and in about 3 weeks I had my piece back. No problems since…I like the EMP, it is an excellent shooter. I even convinced a buddy to buy the EMP4… But if you have one and experience a problem don’t hesitate to contact Springfield. They are very responsive to customers…