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Old November 10, 2011, 08:40 PM   #19
harokyle
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Drail, thats not very accurate. the reason glocks dont normally need breaking in is because there built to looser talerances so that they can still fucntion very dirty or even with sand in them, as they say. Downside being that you lose a little accuracy. If anything when a manufacturer tells you theres a breakin period it means the gun is built with tighter talerances and needs to be shot a couple hundred times to get the slide frame and barrel to wear themselves to a perfect fit. Break in period = more quality control
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