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Old vs New Breakfree LPS?

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Old 10-16-2013, 12:13 AM   #1
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CLP I mean......I have been away from handguns for 15 years as a pistol smith . My bullseye 45's that we're tight and great shooters loved Breakfree and held up with...... like no wear for thousands of lighter bullseye loads. I swore by this and my customers did too! I bought some and am hearing bad about it now!?..? I hope Safariland did not compromise quality for profit? Also some big name 45 parts I bought to tweak my new Range Officer are crap ! I am a machinist for 41 years and their new high price items are crap! Wow come on humans! Let's not make **** like China! What are your thoughts?

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Old 10-16-2013, 01:23 AM   #2
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please dont create multiple threads for the exact same topic.

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