I mentioned this little carbine a while back:
I finally managed to get my hands on one in 10mm and dragged it out to the range together with my longslide Glock that takes the same magazines.
I really like the concept of this carbine: it is easy to take down and it is very handy. Also, a 10mm cartridge out of a 16mm barrel is a pretty potent beast.
Now, I understand that firearms need some break in, so I am not going to form any major conclusions yet. However, of the three ammo types I brought with me, it only fed with one: 180gr FMJ Armscor. I had two Double Tap loads with me, 135gr HP and 230gr Hardcast and neither would feed.
The trigger is quite possibly the worst I have tried on any modern firearm and the grip it comes with must have been selected specifically to be so uncomfortable that I do not pay too much attention to the trigger.
Once I got a round in the chamber and muscled my way through the trigger, the gun went boom every time and ejected a spent case every time.
I chrono’ed the velocities and they were within expectation.
I will take it apart and take a close look at what is happening inside. I can see where the cartridges are getting hung up and causing failures to feed, so perhaps I will need to do some minor surgery to that spot. That will wait a bit though since I will first get a couple of hundreds of rounds through it as a break-in process of sorts. If it still gives me issues, I will give TNW a call and see what they say about it.