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I've heard that AR-15s need to be broken in properly to maximize it's lifetime. Do you have to do the same for handguns? I just bought a Glock 34, and I want to make sure my investment lasts.

Incidentally, can someone enumerate the steps I need to break in my AR (I just bought it, and haven't fired yet) and the G34 if I need to? Thanks
 
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its the crome lined or chromoly barrels that need to be broken in.

glock barrel is good to go out of the box
 
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