Hello So, i have a question i hope someone can answer. I own a Sig sauer p226 x five 9mm. Today at the range, someone who havent shot anything above .22 asked if he could try my 9mm. I wanted to be friendly, and said he could try. He was kind of a big dude, and i noticed that when he pulled the slide back to chamber the first round, it was like he was expecting the slide to move farther back, causing him to keep pulling the slide even thou it was all the way back. It looked like he used a lot of force, trying to get the slide further back when it actually could not. I of course said "just release the slide" when i noticed he kept trying to pull the slide. Now, i am a little worried if this could have damaged anything? Maybe something could slightlly bend, and the barrel cant return to sit in the same spot anymore, or anything like that? I am not entirely sure what keeps the slide from going back when its pulled. Is it the takedown lever, a place in the frame or something else? Also, when firering the gun, will the slide travel all the way back, or will the spring absorb enough energy keeping the slide from fully travel to the back stop?` Cause if the slide slams all the way back to the stop when firering, i guess it should be fine even if someone keep trying to pull it back. Hope someone can help me with my concern. Best regards, Peter.