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Old April 17, 2017, 12:26 PM   #9
T. O'Heir
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Lotta discussion on other forums since at least 2008 on the same subject.
5,000 would be decidedly light. Except that pistols were carried far more than fired. Even in war time.
Any "gun must last..." Requirement would be more for a new design, now. Parts would have that kind of spec.
That 6,000 round test was in 1910 with JM standing there. Supposedly when the pistol got too hot they dunked it in water and kept shooting.
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