Went to the range yesterday and was shooting my 1911's. Had problems with 1 of them, pull the trigger, hammer drop and nothing? Rack, check round (shooting my reloads) and no mark on the primer? Chamber another round and evertything cycled/fired fine. The same pistol did this 2 times, both times after sitting out on the bench for awhile. It was only 10 or so degrees out. Is it possible that the firing pin channel could have built up oil or crud that stiffened up in the cold?? Never had this happen to any of my 1911's. I guess it is time for a detail strip and clean?
Any other ideas on what could cause this? Once pistol fired a round, it was functional for as many as I could feed it until it sat out on the bench for awhile and got cold.
Thanks for ideas or thoughts