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First off lets keep in mind that this is a 420 dollar 45. FME ( foreign material exclusion ) is the process used to reduce the possibility or verify the exclusion of materials that should not be there.
First look was the pistol was not loose. Trigger was terrible on let-off and would not completely return to battery. Initial disassembly relieved polishing or dry lubricant media in the slide spring area. I am talking about small 2-3mm spheres 5 whole and 1 to 2 in pieces. It is my guess that theses were hiding in the recoil spring guide and became dislodged during test fire. So it is time to do a complete disassembly. Trigger rails rubbing on frame excessively fix file and polish @ 2.5hr. Disconnect sticking fix polish ramp and spring contact @ 1hr. Grip safety left burr on trigger fix deburr and polish @ .5hr. Grip screw bushing not retained on frame fix locktite @ .25 hr. Trigger is now on par with standard issue weapon. In conclusion after 5 hrs of work we are up to a well functioning weapon which gets 3 stars due to the issues described above. For normal buyers with no gunsmithing skills I would say stay away unless you feel lucky. Want to learn gunsmithing on a 45 this is the project for you. You will be happy when you are finished and have the money left over to buy ammo.