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Firing Pin Impression

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When cleaning my 22LR conversion kit for my Sig P226 I saw what I think is the impression of the firing pin on the back of the breech. Is this impression supposed to be there?


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looks like the typical rimfire/dryfire syndrome.

Dryfiring rimfire weapons will cause the firing pin to strike the breech, leaving a small scar.

Only real worry is damage to the firing pin.

Don't dryfire rimfire weapons. Use a snapcap or old brass.
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