Unfortunately that would not get you very far. They would tell you to send it in on your dime and most likely it would get sent back to you weeks if not months later with a note saying that it's normal. I vote that it is normal and I wouldn't worry about. My pistols have similar wear. As long as you don't feel ridges when you run your fingernail across it.Thanks for the feedback guys. After seeing the pic's from thefastfox I'm a little concerned again. If you look closely his has the same wear marks but they are barely visible. And he has put 500 rds through his. Mine hasn't even been used yet. Kind of wish I had an e-mail address so I could send fnh the pic's I took, and see what they think. All I have is a phone number.
Yeah it does but I doubt you would want to spend the amount of money it would take to put the amount of +P through it needed ito wear it out. Just mean it would take a lot. Also shooting +P at paper is waste in my opinion because it won't put holes in paper or smack steel any better than regular loads. Might as well go cheap for plinking ammo. I would however steer clear of Tula ammo because there have been reports of it being double loaded and blowing up peoples guns.I was thinking about purchasing some Winchester nato for it. Is there much advantage to shooting +p ammo. Or do you guys suggest sticking with standard pressure ammo. I was reading that +p puts more wear and tear on the gun.