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  1. Answered my own question on the barrel, Remington's site says ramped.
  2. Where did you see it for 880.00 w/rebate? Also, does this pistol have a ramped/non-ramped barrel?
  3. They will get back to you, but in the mean time, what about MBX, that's what I use. Yes, they're expensive, but they work.
  4. Did a little checking in the shop, appears to be 6-32 by @ 1/4", will hit the hardware store today and see what I come up with.
  5. Can anyone help with the thread pitch on and STI grip?
  6. Another good idea, going to clean it up and if I can find the original, I'll put it back in.
  7. Have checked the primers, but forgot all about the firing pin channel, will do that today. Thanks
  8. I have a 4.5 9mm XDM, PRP 3lb trigger, 14lb recoil spring, getting lite primer strikes. Does anyone make a longer firing pin, or any suggestions to get a better strike?
  9. I switched to MBX for this exact reason. If you are using STI, or other mags, I bet you own a Dawson mag tuning kit, or some other tools for tuning you mags, it's not if you will need this, it's when. I have MBX for 40 and 38SC, think I made the switch 4 years ago, to date, haven't put a tool on either. If the mag is hitting the ejector during reloads, that is a disaster waiting to happen. The issue I had with MBX and the Pro 40 was, they sent me the wrong mags? Once I called them, they promptly sent me the correct mags, and I haven't had a problem since. I know it's frustrating, and there are plenty of shoots around the corner, but they will take care of you.
  10. I use only MBX with my Pro 40, but there was a few issues with the MBX mags in the beginning, call them, they will take care of you.
  11. Yes , I maintained pressure on the barrel, the pin rotated freely as you described.
  12. I checked that out, and the pin moves freely. I'm leaning towards a bad link pin, it broke cleanly around the circumference, and the middle looked cast and dark.
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