Misfire. The shutter is in the forward position, the trigger is released, but the shot did not happen.
1. The cartridge capsule is defective.
2. Thickening of the lubricant or contamination of the channel under the hammer.
3. The handle screw is not fully screwed in (in pistols without a mainspring valve).
4. Small output drummer or nicks on the striker.
1. Reload gun and continue firing.
2. Inspect and clean the gun.
3. Screw the handle screw all the way.
4. Send the gun to the workshop.
Shortage of a cartridge by a shutter. The shutter stopped before reaching the extreme forward position, the trigger cannot be released.
1. Contamination of the chamber, frame grooves and shutter cups.
2. Difficult movement of the ejector due to contamination of the ejector spring or pressure.
1. Send the bolt forward with a push of the hand and continue firing.
2. Inspect and clean the gun.
Failure or non-promotion of the cartridge from the magazine to the chamber. The shutter is in the front position, but there is no cartridge in the chamber, the shutter stopped in the middle position along with the cartridge, without having sent it to the chamber.
1. Contamination of the magazine and moving parts of the gun,
2. The curvature of the upper edges of the store.
1. Reload the gun and continue firing. Clean gun and magazine.
2. Replace the faulty magazine.
Pickup (infringement) of the sleeve by the shutter. The sleeve is not thrown out through the window in the bolt jammed between the bolt and the breech section of the trunk.
1. Contamination of moving parts of the gun.
2. Malfunction of the ejector, its spring or reflector.
1. Discard the seized sleeve and continue firing.
2. If the ejector with the spring or the reflector malfunctions, send the gun to the workshop.
1. Lubrication or contamination of parts of the trigger mechanism.
2. The wear of a cocking cock or a whisper nose.
3. The weakening or breaking of the spring whispered.
4. The touch of the ledge of the fuse of the tooth whispered.
1. Inspect and clean the gun.
2. Send the gun to the workshop.
3. The same.
4. The same.
The Tactical Reload Method, or TR, says that the shooter must bring the new magazine to the weapon, throw out the partially empty magazine with the same hand, and then insert the new magazine into the weapon, removing the partially empty. This complex movement - juggling with two stores with one hand - takes time to work out and can lead to the loss of one or both stores at once, especially in the case of large two-row stores. It also requires the magazine to drop freely from the weapon with one touch of the eject button. All this makes TR not the best choice for some pistol models.
Sequential Recharge (RWR)
When reloading using the RWR method, you remove the partially empty magazine from the weapon, lower it into your pocket or bag, then take a spare one and insert it into the gun. The key point is the speed of lowering the store next to the spare and the capture speed of the spare.
For those who store stores on the belt from the side of a weak hand, front side and hip pockets can be convenient. Put the half-empty magazine in your pocket and the empty hand will be in the ideal position to grab the spare magazine. Or plug him in the belt next to the spare. If you store a spare store in your purse or backpack, it would also be wise to put it half empty, right next to the spare one. Special operations forces, being at an operation far from the supply points, simply put vending machines in the front pockets of their shirts. You can do the same with pistols.
Many experts in the field of self-defense consider RWR to be more protected from inept actions than TR. This method uses simple, progressive movements that are already part of the skills of any shooter, there is only one store in their hands and this method works for any semi-automatic weapon. In fact, at IDPA matches, the use of this reload method is sometimes necessary, and although it allows both TR and RWR to be used, most athletes tend to use RWR. Experience shows that this method is more reliable in a stressful situation and with it both your hands will be in a small grip on reloaded weapons faster.
Start practicing at home in regular street clothes, with a discharged gun and empty shops. Decide where you will store the half-empty store. Practice removing the magazine from the weapon, dropping it, capturing a new one and loading it into the weapon. As soon as you work out this sequence of movements - move to the shooting range.
Start with a weapon aimed at the target. Take one shot. Reload the weapon using the RWR method and immediately take another shot. Practice movement until the time between shots is less than five seconds. In a real situation - use the RWR method when you are in a safe place and in between attacks.