+1 on all of the above. You will be amazed at how much better your shooting will be. There are a lot of detailed write-ups, including DIY videos, on this. Not cheap, but you still get more than you pay for.Get the roll punches from PRP while you are at it. They are very helpful for routine disassembly. Dry practice away. You'll be a better shooter. I would also recommend the PRP drop in trigger. It really is a worthy upgrade. Love mine. So glad I did it.
i think ur rite. they mite beefed it up.it looks little thikI have not replaced factory one yet it still is on inmaculate condition after about 300 rounds or so... And about the same on dry firing it. I wonder if SA has recently beefed up the pin as this one seems pretty robust... It is still single layer, but it is very thick.
i got bt 200 rounds thru mine. will be putn more soon no issues so far. i will b getn snap caps tho. cuz dryfiring helps to teach others on the trigger pullAbout 8k rounds on my factory pin. I don't shot or dry fire this gun much anymore but I did use snap caps when I was dry firing often.