Considering they keep the gun from coming apart and possibly exploding, I don't think so.Talking about the disassembly pins, # KSG - 209 frame pin with captive spring, set of two: $20.00. With shipping it's about $13.00 a pin. Is it just me or does this seem extreme.
Actually, I was comparing gun parts and I can't believe nobody asked: "what in blazes could a 125mm bearing possibly have to do with gun parts?"Really, you are comparing a push pin to a precision made bearing?
...not compared to feeding one!:laugh2:.Mr. Poobah, I have lightened up. Guess I had a bur in my saddle that day. Wow, a "Mini" minigun. I bet the take down pins on that bad boy are expensive...
In this case, my barrel will likely melt before I hit cost!...not compared to feeding one!:laugh2:.
Some math just for fun:
2000 rounds of 5.56= $700
At the 'slow' speed of 2000 rounds per minute....
If it was a hooker, she would cost $42,000 per hour to have sex with.
(fortunately, it is not mine)
In this case, my barrel will likely melt before I hit cost!