If you clean the feed ramp thoroughly each time you clean the gun you won't have to polish it with Flitz again. Flitz does take a bit of the metal off each time you polish, so always only use it when absolutely needed.
It does take a shot or two to readjust to the trigger pull between my two guns. The Compact has much more travel to it than the EZ. Not a problem, both triggers are fine. Just after 4 mags of the EZ the first shot on the Compact is like "Where's the Wall?".
Well finally got back to the range and whats strange is I have not touched the pistol since I shot and used my friends EZ to switch out rsa and mags and it still had issues. I did take it down and wipe the feed ramp off and lube the rails. I was surprised it ran perfectly. So maybe the more I shoot it the better. Never had a pistol that needed a "break in". I'm not sure if thats true or not just mine now seems to be working the more I shoot it. I am talking about steel case ammo as mine has always run aluminum and brass just fine.
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