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Old 06-11-2011, 10:44 AM
Highgear Highgear is offline
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(Re)Break-In after slide refinish




WCR,

On a pistol which has had the 500 round break-in completed, then the slide refinished after some work being done, does one need to do another 500 round break in, or shoot / clean as usual?
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Old 06-11-2011, 12:02 PM
WilsonCombatRep WilsonCombatRep is offline
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WCR,

On a pistol which has had the 500 round break-in completed, then the slide refinished after some work being done, does one need to do another 500 round break in, or shoot / clean as usual?
Lube good until the finish burnishes..it should be OK.
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