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Old December 29, 2010, 04:43 PM   #4
That'll Do
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Location: Pittsburgh, PA
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Keep the gun properly lubricated (not bone-dry, or dripping wet) with a quality lubricant and shoot a bunch of ammo through it like you planned. It should break everything in, and make the slide a little easier to move.

An acquaintance of mine bought a new Les Baer Premier II that was tight as could be–Les Baer told him that's the way it is supposed to be, and to shoot at least 500 rounds through the gun. If it still seemed too tight, then he was to contact them again.
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