It's called preventative Maintenance. I know the factory rods work for most, most the time, BUT a stainless rod simply can NOT fail and allows easy spring weight changes if you wish to do so.. Just my 2 cents..Yeah, I agree, just shoot the thing a lot. I wouldn't change anything until it doesn't work the way it is. What is the point of spending money on a new part, when the original part works great?
i didnt want to change to 40 just wanted make sure 40 mags would feed the 357 for higher capacity. thanks, let me knowYou got the good stuff. Why even worry if you can make it shoot .40cal. The .40cal cant play with the 357sig....The only reason that the .40cal exists is because the 10mm is just too much of a bear to shoot....so, they tamed it down and called it the .40cal. Then, they juiced it back up by pushing a 9mm lead with the .40cal charge....now its back to being a bad-ass pistol....Congratulations on making the right pistol decision and the right caliber decision.
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