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Old 02-17-2011, 05:11 PM   #1
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Somehow I hadn't seen this. Thanks for posting.
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I wish I would have got that add in time
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I just got my aluminum grips and installed them today. The gun feels a little slimmer but still good. I like it. It's not a slippery aluminum feel to it. I have a question for anyone, Should I add some lock tight to the screws?
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I just got my aluminum grips and installed them today. The gun feels a little slimmer but still good. I like it. It's not a slippery aluminum feel to it. I have a question for anyone, Should I add some lock tight to the screws?
I asked that question at the range the other night to a group that shoots Sigs. I was told yes to add a drop of lock tight IF i was not going to detail strip for a year. some said that they don't, they just check the screws when they pull the gun from the safe.
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