Doesn.t seem to do any harm, and after time the striker kind of wears a smooth path. If I let mine roate, it binds in spots....which would be come random if the striker was free to rotate. So I either leave the screw in or fully break the gun down and lap the striker to the tube 360degrees (for no benefit I can see).
Screw out does make it easier to ajust. Can just remove the end cap and two rear receiver screws and pull out the striker spring/top hat/striker.
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