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I see their 200,892 and raise to 297,000+. Funny they are posting that up now, here’s the thread from 2012 on a USP .45; granted it does say the RSA had been changed to a newer one.

 

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BG date code is what, 2016?

Over 40K rounds per year, five years straight, through one and the same gun? Somebody has a budget for 200K rounds but not for another gun?

I gotta know more about this story to believe it.
 

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BG date code is what, 2016?

Over 40K rounds per year, five years straight, through one and the same gun? Somebody has a budget for 200K rounds but not for another gun?

I gotta know more about this story to believe it.

This pistol came in from CCI/Speer. I have no doubt that they are being true with their round count.


Cheers.


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Someone sure kept a detailed shooting log.
 
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So...just for the kids at home...
The super duper round counts are coming from the likes of Federal and CCI/Speer as probably test fixture guns in "sterile" environments. Neat, but a data point many are going to take way out of context.

I've said it before and I'll say it again user error/negligence is often the cause of a weapon's loss of serviceability. Case in point the military over-clean and improper maintenance routines.

Or anybody look at all the crumbs and fuzzies on a carry gun. I present to you a VP9 with less than 500 rounds that was turned into me by the officer leaving our dept. This accrual took place over the course of 3-4 months in a Safariland ALS :mad::



Heck, busting out rounds all day every day seems like an easier life than being a gun out in the world depending on who your owner is.
 

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So...just for the kids at home...
The super duper round counts are coming from the likes of Federal and CCI/Speer as probably test fixture guns in "sterile" environments. Neat, but a data point many are going to take way out of context.

I've said it before and I'll say it again user error/negligence is often the cause of a weapon's loss of serviceability. Case in point the military over-clean and improper maintenance routines.

Or anybody look at all the crumbs and fuzzies on a carry gun. I present to you a VP9 with less than 500 rounds that was turned into me by the officer leaving our dept. This accrual took place over the course of 3-4 months in a Safariland ALS :mad::



Heck, busting out rounds all day every day seems like an easier life than being a gun out in the world depending on who your owner is.
LOL. That is gross.
 

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Just buy a lightly used HK93 and shoot it to your heart's desire. No sense in buying a NIB or immaculate condition if you're going to run it in FA.
So...just for the kids at home...
The super duper round counts are coming from the likes of Federal and CCI/Speer as probably test fixture guns in "sterile" environments. Neat, but a data point many are going to take way out of context.

I've said it before and I'll say it again user error/negligence is often the cause of a weapon's loss of serviceability. Case in point the military over-clean and improper maintenance routines.

Or anybody look at all the crumbs and fuzzies on a carry gun. I present to you a VP9 with less than 500 rounds that was turned into me by the officer leaving our dept. This accrual took place over the course of 3-4 months in a Safariland ALS :mad::



Heck, busting out rounds all day every day seems like an easier life than being a gun out in the world depending on who your owner is.

Looks better than mine. And mine goes bang every time.
 

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Looks better than mine. And mine goes bang every time.
Nice username BTW...:unsure:

As I'm sure this would too...dirt, crumbs, pubes and all had I pulled the trigger (note the LCI). But why treat a gun this way if one is supposedly wagering their life on it?

The point is not "will that yellow glob of s#it shut the gun down", but oil + debris creates what is essential lapping compound. And little by little life is robbed from the gun until corrected.

People gonna do what people gonna do I guess.
 
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