I hope this is not duplicated. Search showed zero results. I am awaiting the new pistol I ordered through SA's LEO/IOP program and I am wondering what the prevailing thought is on the # of rounds considered adequate for break-im? The pistol is a 9mm 1911 4 inch EMP with the concealed carry contour. Is it only for sufficient confidence build-up in flawless funtion? I have copious amounts of FMJ on hand in various weights and numerous self defense ammo types/mfgrs to give me a good cross section of performance. I am a lubricant and clean addict also, so I will not allow that to be an issue either. What do the masses prescribe; 300, 500 or what?I I'm leaning toward 500 rounds and the girl will be ready for daily use! I do need to put sights on her though!