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Old 08-19-2012, 13:23   #5
cciman
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"break in" not only means the gun but the shooter also-- both have opportunity to "mate" moving parts to working order.

Your body hands and brain need "break in" with a new gun. Never judge a gun/shooter within the first 500 rounds.

Shoot more before throwing needless parts at it.
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