Originally Posted by Mr.Smith
Decent, but it could be better. The thing i i've dry fired it about 100 times, and just recently i learned that that really hurts the firing pin on rimfire rifles.
) Next time i take it apart ill take apart the bolt and make sure its still decently pointy
Where did you do your PAL exam?
Actuly, it's really cool how the firing pin was thought out. If you pump the bolt back, put a stright edge across the face of the bolt and push the firing pin/ button on the back of the bolt, you will see that the striker does not touch the stright edge! Therefore, the rim of the barrel is unharmed from a dry fire! And the firing pin is around 3/8" thick, so your going to have a hard time damageing it.