Discussion in 'On Topic' started by Painkiller, May 4, 2004.
congrats. don't dry fire too much, or u'd break the striker retaining pin. i know from experience. mine was a bad case and it went back to springfield. 4weeks and counting. 200dry fire, and 500rounds did the pin in, and it locked up the gun. mine was a freak case, as i never heard anyone with slide locked up when they had a broken pin.
dispite that, i still like the gun. 1 of the 2 plastic guns that really fits my hand, sig pro is the other. i shoot the pro better still though
Good choice, I love my XD40 and have over 900 rounds through it without a malfunction. I love my 1911 more though
it's chiadog OG NUKKA!
Anyways, 200dry fire? I was always told not to do that, so i've only done it about 5 times since i've owned my gun
they said it was fine in the manual.
but none of my other guns ever broke a rollpin because of dry fire. now i know better. at least i smoothed out the trigger
and yes it is i.
i dryfire mine all the time. no problems. they encourage you to dry fire it so that the trigger becomes smoother.
what is "dry firing"?
Im guessing shooting the gun without any ammo.
900 rounds :eek2: