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There is no way the firing pin is MIM or cast. The chode was clearly added to prevent over travel of the firing pin and provide a graduated surface so it doesn't get stuck in the extended position.
 

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There is no way the firing pin is MIM or cast. The chode was clearly added to prevent over travel of the firing pin and provide a graduated surface so it doesn't get stuck in the extended position.
You sure? I'm not convinced it's not MIM, especially since firing pins on things like Glocks are MIM.... I'd ask RobArms...but we know how helpful they'd be.

Further, while the chode was likely added for overtravel....it may be stress analysis that also played a part.

Unless one of us is actually working for RA, I'd think at best we are engaged in educated guessing.
 
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