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f/s threadlocker?

Discussion in 'Sights, Optics and Lasers' started by Holy Roller, Sep 12, 2010.

  1. Holy Roller

    Holy Roller

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    I put some Sevigny sights on my 34 and I used a small amount of blue loc-tite. After about 700 rounds my f/s came off and was lost. I have a new one and I am about to put it on but started thinking that maybe I should use red loc-tite. What is your opinion? Also, I noticed that it says that loc-tite is not to be used on plastic, which the sight is. What have you guys used on your sights?
     
  2. Ogie

    Ogie

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    Guntite. It's made by Loctite. It has worked fine for me but I have only used it on steel sights.
     


  3. bentbiker

    bentbiker NRA Member

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    What are you using for a front sight? Everything I see about the Sevigny front sights says black oxide finish. That sure sounds like steel to me. If you really have a plastic sight without a metal insert, don't use thread locker.