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Wormydog1724

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    Jeremy C.

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  1. Wormydog1724

    ZEV OZ9

    My STI I had built in 2011 has north of 5k rounds on it, literally all 5k without issue. the Staccato P I just bought has about 1,000 on it by me (yes in 2020 with this ‘ammo crisis’) and has had zero, zero malfunctions. Both of my 2011’s even eat the Winchester steel cased ammo that turns the Zev into a single shot. Granted the Zev OZ9C was good for a couple thousand rounds so I’ll continue shooting the Staccato P and will see if it has any issues. But calling it worse? Not yet, not even close. Shoot more. Type less.
  2. Wormydog1724

    ZEV OZ9

    I sent mine back to Zev for the second time for the same issue, failure to extract.. It again was experiencing failure-to-extract issues, where the fired case would just remain in the barrel. I again tried to troubleshoot on my own by removing the x300-U, the Zev Comp, the RMR, I changed recoil springs to different weights as well as the extractor and extractor spring/plunger assembly. All to no avail. Zev was more on the ball this time and had it back to me pretty damn fast. I've put 100 rounds of 115gr 9mm brass ammo through it without issue, just like the first time I got it bac
  3. Wormydog1724

    ZEV OZ9

    Pulled the RMR, Comp, and X300-U off mine. It's been 100% since then with all ammo. I bought a Staccato P and the OZ9c will be unused from now on.
  4. Wormydog1724

    ZEV OZ9

    Put over 300 rounds through it tonight. It had one failure to extract on brass cased ammo and failure to extract on 95% of the steel cased. ‘But don’t feed it steel cased’. My 2011, VP9, Glock 19, and MP5 all eat the steel cased ammo. There’s just something not right with this gun. Very disappointed. My Glock 19 is gen 5 so I can’t run the slide on the OZ9 lower but I’m going to buy a gen 3 Glock 19 or maybe just somebody else’s g3 Glock 19 compatible slide and try it. See if it’s the lower or the slide that’s causing these failure to extract issue.
  5. Wormydog1724

    ZEV OZ9

    The trigger definitely feels better. I can tell the firing pin and ejector plunger rod are new. I’ll try a mag of the Winchester steel cased crap right off the bat. My 2011 runs it fine so there’s no reason this shouldn’t run on it also.
  6. Wormydog1724

    ZEV OZ9

    And wouldn’t you know, it’s being shipped back to me now. I wonder how much longer it would have dragged out had I not gotten impatient and asked for an update.
  7. Wormydog1724

    ZEV OZ9

    Mine is still at Zev. It was delivered to them on 4/13 and I've been sending emails every two weeks asking for status updates and all I've received is excuses. "Oh the pandemic" "oh our focus is on the rifles and new pistols now" "oh the gunsmith said he would be working on it this week (that was three weeks ago)" "oh I only answer emails in the order that they're received..." It's been 7.5 weeks and I know of two other guys who are instagram famous that got theirs back within two weeks, probably because they try harder on being more insta-popular and pimp zev every chance they get. I've been
  8. Wormydog1724

    ZEV OZ9

    I have tried the 13# spring Zev sent me, along with the Suarez extractor and plunger/spring. Still no jive. Zev sent me a return shipping label and I will be sending it back to Zev this week.
  9. Wormydog1724

    ZEV OZ9

    I guess I may have found a combo that makes my OZ9c 99% reliable with all ammo but it’s not ideal. Zev extractor, Suarez extreme reliability extractor depressor plunger unit, 15# ISMI recoil spring, no comp. As soon as I put the comp on its back to the failure to extracts. I ordered a Suarez extreme reliability extractor but he sent me a Glock 43 extractor instead. Waiting to hear back from him on the solution there. I have between 2,500 and 3,000 rounds through it now.
  10. Wormydog1724

    ZEV OZ9

    I have about 2k rounds through my OZ9-compact that's in a Roland Special config. It has an RMR, X300U, and their Zev V2 Comp on it. It did really good for about 1k rounds, no issues at all, but now I'm getting failure to extracts at least 2 to 3 times PER MAG, sometimes nearly every round. I contacted Zev on IG and was told to send an e-mail and I did. Their reply was to check the RMR screws as the right one may be too long and be in the ejector plunger channel. The first thing I always do when I get a firearm is completely disassemble and inspect it. In t
  11. I have a Gen 1 NC22 upper from the BS group buy. I know it has around 10k rounds through it and it has been very reliable and plenty accurate for my 3 gun type training. This year I am dedicating myself to more rimfire training and I have 10k more rounds ready to go. I'm running a geissele S3G trigger and it's been fine. Every now and then I'll have a malf with bulk pack federal but that just gives me a great opportunity to transition to pistol or work on my malf drills. I've ran mine suppressed and unsuppressed and as long as I'm using federal bulk pack, it just goes and goes. Good stuff Nord
  12. Wormydog1724

    ZEV OZ9

    I'm glad they're taking care of it. It'd be a lot cooler if there weren't any issues to begin with though. s#!t happens I guess. When you get it back and you do want to sell it... you've got my username...
  13. Wormydog1724

    ZEV OZ9

    HOLY S***! How many rounds do you think you had through it? I have an OZ9c in a Roland Special configuration and have about 700 through it, about 30 of it with some hotter defensive loads. This is really concerning since yours isn't the first issue like this. I'm just really wondering if it's an OZ9 issue, or a barrel problem. Either way I'll be checking my barrel lug closely as my round count progresses higher. I have no doubt Zev will take care of you but jimminychristmas this shouldn't be happening in the first place.
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