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P938 grip screws

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Old 08-30-2012, 11:35 AM   #1
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P938 grip screws

Does anyone know if P938 grip screws are similar to other Sig screws? Looking to change mine out for some stainless screws.

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Old 08-30-2012, 12:05 PM   #2
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they looked like the ones on my 225 but that was just a glance i have no idea if the threads are the same. i would imagine they are identical to the 238 screws
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Old 08-31-2012, 05:51 AM   #3
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They're like P238 screws -- same size.
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Old 09-27-2012, 09:48 AM   #4
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Be mindful of these screws falling out while shooting. I put 200 rounds through my nightmare model last week and noticed that I was missing one afterwards.
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Old 09-27-2012, 01:17 PM   #5
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oooh stainless screws on the nightmare would look sweet
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Old 09-27-2012, 01:55 PM   #6
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Yep same as 238 I had one work it's way out after about 200 rounds and lost it. Called sig and they sent 4 new ones. Blue loctite has solved that issue.
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I've got my replacement screws on the way from Sig Sauer.Sauer.
Looks like I'm picking up some loctite asap.
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I've got my replacement screws on the way from Sig Sauer.Sauer.
Looks like I'm picking up some loctite asap.
Can some one tell me which locktite (Color) to use on grip screws?
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Old 09-27-2012, 05:24 PM   #9
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blue
when you are talking locktite red = replace blue = breakable bond
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Yep same as 238 I had one work it's way out after about 200 rounds and lost it. Called sig and they sent 4 new ones. Blue loctite has solved that issue.
The CSR you talked to was nicer than mine. I was told that Sig recommends getting those from topgunsupply. I went there and found the shipping rate is $9.95. That seems criminal to charge that much to ship one tiny screw.
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A post a while back said he used stainless screws from Houge and stripped his 938. He said he found out later the stainless screws were stronger than the Sig frame. The sig screws are compatable. I would think Sig would just put a little more thickness where the screws thread.
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I use blue locktite and orings on my gun grips. You can also pick up some orings at Home Depot. You get i think 10 or more in a box for $3.00. At a grip site you will pay $3.00 plus shipping for four.
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I also lost a grip screw from my P238 this weekend. Had to wait til Monday (MLK day) and called Sig. 2 replacement screws are enroute to me within an hour. I asked if the P238 screws worked in the P938 I also have. Yep. LocTite when they get here.
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I polished the black finish off of the grip screws on my Nightmare. Was easier to get off than the barrel finish and is a nice contrast to the black grips.
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