Ther is a question coming at the end
Ok... had to send my CDP in a couple days ago. The main problem was that a small piece, or "chip", of the rifling blew out of the barrel. Didn't effect accuracy, but I didn't need a chip missing in my barrel either. In addition, since I had to pay shipping, I asked that the extractor be checked since it was dumping %10 of the fired brass only a few feet from the shooter.
Well, in record time and in the utmost professional manner from "Dennis", the gun came back with a new barrel with a replaced and "tuned" (glad they did it this time around, wasn't tuned from the factory when I purchased it)exctractor. Along with the explanations came a sentence that said, "Replace recoil spring every 800 rounds to ensure best performance." I'm sure that if I changed the oil in my car every 1000 miles it would always be in "best performance" too, but it isn't necessary! I have heard tht one should replace the spring every 2000 rounds. So, what do you all think about that?
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