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    How long can I leave a Round chambered in a mp5 clone(ptr 9ct)? Will it hurt hammer spring? Fire pin spring? Anything else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chopperbobby View Post
    How long can I leave a Round chambered in a mp5 clone(ptr 9ct)? Will it hurt hammer spring? Fire pin spring? Anything else.
    Had real mp5k.
    Always cocked... 4 years. No broken anything except 50k rounds shot. HK mp5k real mot copy.

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    My "nightstand" weapon is a revolver. It's a 7 shot Taurus Tracker. I keep it loaded with 38 hollowpoints.

    Revolvers are simple.

    Do you put your MP5 back in the safe every morning? Every time you leave your house/apartment?

    As a firearms owner I have a responsibility to always secure my hardware. My good stuff is in the safe. The pistol is next to my bed and I often forget to put it away in the morning. I'm single, no kids in the house. I loose a cheap revolver if some tweaker breaks in while I'm at work. I would be highly pissed off if the tweaker got my $1700 PTR.
    Mrs. Peel, we're needed.

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    Right now have 38 revolver behind bed head board in a safe secured to wall. Looking at getting a wall safe for ptr 9ct also. Modified ar15 safe.

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    Truth of the matter is it doesn't matter. Springs last a long time. If you are that worried, leave it clocked always and change $20 in springs every year. My pistol is always chambered, but my SG isn't. Not sure what I will do with the clone...

    But here's the other part... If you don't have time to chamber a round in your home, you're doing it wrong. You should have a dog or an alarm first. The real point is keeping people out, not shooting them on top of you.
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    Safety first--- and time is relevant!!!

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