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  1. I've always dealt with push pin versions / conversions of the HK roller lock series gun, mainly because pre-samples are available and affordable, and push pin conversions are the closest to "the real thing". Parts interchangeability is also an advantage. Since I recently bought my first registered trigger pack, I was curios about the durability of the design. Not that I would ever need to test it, but was curious if the front of a registered trigger pack could ever become worn or damaged to the point of rendering the gun unreliable? If enough opposing forces were applied, could the front of the trigger pack be deformed or even fail? If Bruce Willis had tied the sling to the trigger guard in "Die Hard", would he have fallen down the elevator shaft? All kidding aside, has anyone ever reported a problem? I am certain that HK Engineers retained the front pushpin in the design for a reason.