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    Loose barrel

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    With the SR9 slide locked back, should the barrel be free to wiggle?

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    Yep

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    The barrel floats because when the slide is moving rearward the barrel drops to aids in ejection of the case and excepting a new bullet. Forward movement the barrel raises and locks into the slide.

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