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four brands of .40 ammo.

sellier & bellot 180gr. all fired great.

WWB 165. all fired great

magtech 180. all fired great.

federal amreican eagle 155. all fired great.

I loaded and reloaded as fast as I could, 200 rounds in about 30 min.

all fired out of my sub xd40. newer gun, only had about 150 rounds prior, also with no problems.
also this same day I installed new ghost ring sights (trijicon), I like em...
I am hoping the trigger breaks in a little better in the next few hundred rounds, it is starting to get a little smoother.
 

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get some EEZOX from one of our suppliers here and work it down in the trigger group, you will be amazed how much it smooths out
 

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I have noticed a big difference in my trigger from when it was new to now, about 350rounds. I will be puting 200 more through it this week. I'm sure when I get up to about 6-700 rounds the trigger will be fine for carry.
 

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I have noticed a big difference in my trigger from when it was new to now, about 350rounds. I will be puting 200 more through it this week. I'm sure when I get up to about 6-700 rounds the trigger will be fine for carry.

I agree...I have the service 357Sig and when I first shot it, while I liked it better then a Glock...I was a little iffy about the trigger, I just thought to myself that I would replace it. However I started shooting it...it seems to be getting a lot better.
 

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As for the trigger wearing in, it was my understand you can dry fire the gun repeatedly with no harm because there is a spring that prevents the firing pin from being damaged. I hope that's true, because I know I must have dry fired mine about 200 times the other day working the trigger.
 
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